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Newsletter articles from 2000

National Employment Dispute Resolution Act of 2000 December 2000 To amend title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Civil Rights Act of 1991, to require the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to mediate employee claims arising under such Acts, and for other purposes.
Online resources December 2000 Now available online is the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution's Form Book for ADR practitioners.
Preparing your client for financial mediation By Don C. Hammer and Debra Sudduth February 2000 Your client may have chosen financial mediation for a variety of reasons: privacy, speed, cost, the inherently cooperative nature of mediation, etc.
Preparing your clients for parenting mediation: The mediator’s perspective By Don C. Hammer and Debra Sudduth March 2000 What is mediation? Mediation is a process for solving problems and resolving disputes, during which a trained, neutral mediator facilitates communication, encourages the parties to explore options and alternatives, and helps the parties work toward agreements.
Print resources October 2000 Bargaining for Advantage is a new book covering goal-oriented bargaining and negotiations based on Professor G. Richard Shell's executive training program.
Print resources March 2000 Mediation Practice Guide, Bennett G. Picker. A handbook for resolving business disputes. 159 pages, $27.95, Pike & Fisher Inc.
The ten biggest mistakes lawyers make in mediation March 2000 In the majority of cases, both parties are better off trying to settle out of court via mediation or another like process than proceeding with relatively risky adjudication before a judge or jury.