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Get an insider's viewpoint on the hottest legal trends with the UIA-LexisNexis Publications Collection. Commercial Mediation in the Digital Era is Book #11 in the 10-volume collection.
The Union Internationale des Avocats / International Association of Lawyers (UIA) is a global and multi-cultural organization for the legal profession that facilitates professional development, stimulates learning and networking, and promotes the Rule of Law.
In the 11th Volume of the UIA-LexisNexis Publications Collection, mediation practitioners discuss emerging changes and trends in online mediation after the COVID-19 pandemic. In this edition, topics covered include the role of online platforms and Artificial Intelligence, the tools required to prepare for and conduct mediation online, and the importance of understanding body language in reaching a desirable outcome for all parties involved. The authors also evaluate the crucial techniques for decision-making in high-volume disputes and the necessity for a code of ethics and suitable enforcement procedures in the shadow of the Singapore Convention on Mediation. A must read for mediation practitioners and any party or advocacy body entering into the mediation process.