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Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

ABA Section of Dispute Resolution

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Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

ABA Section of Dispute Resolution

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A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

Latest Episodes

A Conversation with AAA-ICDR’s Jeffrey T. Zaino, Vice President of the New York Commercial Division

Rekha Rangachari sits down with Jeff Zaino to discuss AAA-ICDR’s involvement with the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution, new developments, and resilience in the time of COVID-19. The Section thanks AAA-ICDR for their Diamond sponsorship of the successful 2020 Virtual Spring Conference that ran May 18-22. Tune in to learn more!

22 MIN3 d ago
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A Conversation with AAA-ICDR’s Jeffrey T. Zaino, Vice President of the New York Commercial Division

Improvise, Innovate, and Inspire: A Conversation on the Upcoming DR Virtual Spring Conference

On this episode of Resolutions, host Rekha Rangachari speaks with Chair-elect Myra Selby and Conference Planning Co-chair Jaya Sharma about the first-ever Virtual Dispute Resolution Spring Conference. There’s still time to register for the conference taking place May 18-22. For more information visit https://ambar.org/DRvirtual.

23 MIN3 w ago
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Improvise, Innovate, and Inspire: A Conversation on the Upcoming DR Virtual Spring Conference

#MeToo and Conflicts in Workplaces, Schools, and Beyond: A Conversation with Angela Reddock-Wright

In this episode, mediator and investigator Angela Reddock-Wright examines the role of dispute resolution in dealing with workplace and organizational conflict, bullying in schools, sexual assault, and beyond.

24 MINAPR 21
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#MeToo and Conflicts in Workplaces, Schools, and Beyond: A Conversation with Angela Reddock-Wright

Teaching Dispute Resolution In-Person and Online: A Conversation with Professor Sharon Press

Hear how Sharon Press, a veteran dispute resolution professional and educator, looks at both our current circumstances and the broader world of educating the next generation of dispute resolution professionals both in-person and online.

31 MINAPR 7
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Teaching Dispute Resolution In-Person and Online: A Conversation with Professor Sharon Press

Nuts & Bolts of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) with Colin Rule

In this second installment, Colin Rule shares his insights on online dispute resolution’s (ODR’s) growth in the last decade, during the COVID19 pandemic, and future applications in collaboration with artificial intelligence, bitcoin, and smart contracts. Of note, Colin was awarded the inaugural 2019 Frank E.A. Sander Award by the ABA Center for Innovation in conduction with this Section. Tune in to learn more about Colin and his work! Part 1: https://soundcloud.com/resolutionspod/colin-rule-a-conversation-about-online-dispute-resolution

29 MINMAR 31
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Nuts & Bolts of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) with Colin Rule

A New Approach to Law Enforcement Training in Dispute Resolution and Diversity: The Blueprint

Community activist and candidate for the Minnesota House of Representatives, John Thompson, gives us a preview of his plenary presentation at the Dispute Resolution Spring Conference. Thompson will describe and demonstrate the training necessary to create a new relationship between communities of color and law enforcement. He will challenge conflict resolvers to look at our work through a different lens to identify the root problems and carve out the decay. John Thompson will present on this topic on Thursday April 23rd at 9:30 a.m. at the Sheraton New Orleans.

37 MINMAR 10
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A New Approach to Law Enforcement Training in Dispute Resolution and Diversity: The Blueprint

Laura Wasser: Navigating through Innovation and Disruption/ Side Gigs for Presence and Profitability

Attorney, entrepreneur, author, podcast host, and Resolutions’ first repeat guest, Laura A. Wasser gives us a preview of her two presentations at the Dispute Resolution Spring Conference. Ms. Wasser will present an invigorating and optimistic look at the continually emerging world of legal tech, ODR, and how societal views of conflict resolution and divorce are evolving. Her second presentation with Susan Guthrie and Gabrielle Hartley will focus on powerful tools available to help dispute resolution practitioners grow their practice beyond the traditional networking and advertising options. Laura Wasser will present at the Dispute Resolution Spring Conference on Friday April 24th at 9:30 am and at 1:30 pm. Register for the conference at ambar.org/Spring2020.

28 MINMAR 3
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Laura Wasser: Navigating through Innovation and Disruption/ Side Gigs for Presence and Profitability

Overcoming Mediation Cultural and Language Barriers: Easier Said Than Done?

Doug Witten speaks with Larry Schooler about how his fluency in Spanish has affected the way his practice has evolved and how others in the field can position themselves to work in an increasingly diverse world. Doug will be presenting on this topic at the 22nd Annual Dispute Resolution Spring Conference on Friday, April 24th at 1:30 pm. Register for the conference at ambar.org/Spring2020.

31 MINFEB 11
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Overcoming Mediation Cultural and Language Barriers: Easier Said Than Done?

Third Party Funding: What Do Arbitrators Need to Know?

Prof. Victoria Sahani speaks with Adam Martin about third party funding and the problems they create for the unwary arbitrator. How can an arbitrator identify and address issues that may arise? Prof. Sahani will be presenting on this topic at the 13th Annual Arbitration Training Institute in Phoenix, AZ from March 9 – 10. Please note that this event is sold out, but a waitlist is available at ambar.org/arb2020.

34 MINFEB 4
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Third Party Funding: What Do Arbitrators Need to Know?

Arbitration Institute Preview: How Arbitrators Get In Trouble…And What to Do About It

Bruce Meyerson, co-chair of the Arbitration Institute, interviews Tracey Frisch, AAA Senior Counsel, about her presentation at the upcoming Arbitration Institute in Phoenix, AZ. Tracey talks about what causes a provider organization’s legal department to get involved in arbitrations. And how you, as an arbitrator, can learn from the missteps of others. You can register for the institute at ambar.org/arb2020

27 MINJAN 29
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Arbitration Institute Preview: How Arbitrators Get In Trouble…And What to Do About It

Latest Episodes

A Conversation with AAA-ICDR’s Jeffrey T. Zaino, Vice President of the New York Commercial Division

Rekha Rangachari sits down with Jeff Zaino to discuss AAA-ICDR’s involvement with the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution, new developments, and resilience in the time of COVID-19. The Section thanks AAA-ICDR for their Diamond sponsorship of the successful 2020 Virtual Spring Conference that ran May 18-22. Tune in to learn more!

22 MIN3 d ago
Comments
A Conversation with AAA-ICDR’s Jeffrey T. Zaino, Vice President of the New York Commercial Division

Improvise, Innovate, and Inspire: A Conversation on the Upcoming DR Virtual Spring Conference

On this episode of Resolutions, host Rekha Rangachari speaks with Chair-elect Myra Selby and Conference Planning Co-chair Jaya Sharma about the first-ever Virtual Dispute Resolution Spring Conference. There’s still time to register for the conference taking place May 18-22. For more information visit https://ambar.org/DRvirtual.

23 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Improvise, Innovate, and Inspire: A Conversation on the Upcoming DR Virtual Spring Conference

#MeToo and Conflicts in Workplaces, Schools, and Beyond: A Conversation with Angela Reddock-Wright

In this episode, mediator and investigator Angela Reddock-Wright examines the role of dispute resolution in dealing with workplace and organizational conflict, bullying in schools, sexual assault, and beyond.

24 MINAPR 21
Comments
#MeToo and Conflicts in Workplaces, Schools, and Beyond: A Conversation with Angela Reddock-Wright

Teaching Dispute Resolution In-Person and Online: A Conversation with Professor Sharon Press

Hear how Sharon Press, a veteran dispute resolution professional and educator, looks at both our current circumstances and the broader world of educating the next generation of dispute resolution professionals both in-person and online.

31 MINAPR 7
Comments
Teaching Dispute Resolution In-Person and Online: A Conversation with Professor Sharon Press

Nuts & Bolts of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) with Colin Rule

In this second installment, Colin Rule shares his insights on online dispute resolution’s (ODR’s) growth in the last decade, during the COVID19 pandemic, and future applications in collaboration with artificial intelligence, bitcoin, and smart contracts. Of note, Colin was awarded the inaugural 2019 Frank E.A. Sander Award by the ABA Center for Innovation in conduction with this Section. Tune in to learn more about Colin and his work! Part 1: https://soundcloud.com/resolutionspod/colin-rule-a-conversation-about-online-dispute-resolution

29 MINMAR 31
Comments
Nuts & Bolts of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) with Colin Rule

A New Approach to Law Enforcement Training in Dispute Resolution and Diversity: The Blueprint

Community activist and candidate for the Minnesota House of Representatives, John Thompson, gives us a preview of his plenary presentation at the Dispute Resolution Spring Conference. Thompson will describe and demonstrate the training necessary to create a new relationship between communities of color and law enforcement. He will challenge conflict resolvers to look at our work through a different lens to identify the root problems and carve out the decay. John Thompson will present on this topic on Thursday April 23rd at 9:30 a.m. at the Sheraton New Orleans.

37 MINMAR 10
Comments
A New Approach to Law Enforcement Training in Dispute Resolution and Diversity: The Blueprint

Laura Wasser: Navigating through Innovation and Disruption/ Side Gigs for Presence and Profitability

Attorney, entrepreneur, author, podcast host, and Resolutions’ first repeat guest, Laura A. Wasser gives us a preview of her two presentations at the Dispute Resolution Spring Conference. Ms. Wasser will present an invigorating and optimistic look at the continually emerging world of legal tech, ODR, and how societal views of conflict resolution and divorce are evolving. Her second presentation with Susan Guthrie and Gabrielle Hartley will focus on powerful tools available to help dispute resolution practitioners grow their practice beyond the traditional networking and advertising options. Laura Wasser will present at the Dispute Resolution Spring Conference on Friday April 24th at 9:30 am and at 1:30 pm. Register for the conference at ambar.org/Spring2020.

28 MINMAR 3
Comments
Laura Wasser: Navigating through Innovation and Disruption/ Side Gigs for Presence and Profitability

Overcoming Mediation Cultural and Language Barriers: Easier Said Than Done?

Doug Witten speaks with Larry Schooler about how his fluency in Spanish has affected the way his practice has evolved and how others in the field can position themselves to work in an increasingly diverse world. Doug will be presenting on this topic at the 22nd Annual Dispute Resolution Spring Conference on Friday, April 24th at 1:30 pm. Register for the conference at ambar.org/Spring2020.

31 MINFEB 11
Comments
Overcoming Mediation Cultural and Language Barriers: Easier Said Than Done?

Third Party Funding: What Do Arbitrators Need to Know?

Prof. Victoria Sahani speaks with Adam Martin about third party funding and the problems they create for the unwary arbitrator. How can an arbitrator identify and address issues that may arise? Prof. Sahani will be presenting on this topic at the 13th Annual Arbitration Training Institute in Phoenix, AZ from March 9 – 10. Please note that this event is sold out, but a waitlist is available at ambar.org/arb2020.

34 MINFEB 4
Comments
Third Party Funding: What Do Arbitrators Need to Know?

Arbitration Institute Preview: How Arbitrators Get In Trouble…And What to Do About It

Bruce Meyerson, co-chair of the Arbitration Institute, interviews Tracey Frisch, AAA Senior Counsel, about her presentation at the upcoming Arbitration Institute in Phoenix, AZ. Tracey talks about what causes a provider organization’s legal department to get involved in arbitrations. And how you, as an arbitrator, can learn from the missteps of others. You can register for the institute at ambar.org/arb2020

27 MINJAN 29
Comments
Arbitration Institute Preview: How Arbitrators Get In Trouble…And What to Do About It
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