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Contemporary Tendencies in Mediation

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  • Loss de Andrade, Juliana. Editor
  • Dalla Bernardina de Pinho, Humberto. Editor
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    • Editorial: Dykinson
    • ISBN: 978-84-9085-312-2
    • Colección: Carlos III. Resolución de conflictos
    • Páginas: 312
    • Dimensiones: 17 cm x 24 cm
    • Plaza de edición: Madrid
    • Encuadernación: Rústica
    • Idiomas: Inglés
    • Fecha de la edición: 2015
    • Edición: 1ª ed.

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    Resumen del libro

    Mediation became an important tool in different fields and notably in conflicts concerning family, civil and commercial law as well as restorative justice.

    In the international scenario, mediation progresses call the attention because of its new impact and interfaces in traditional dispute resolution means as arbitration and new technologies prospering also in online dispute resolution.

    In this book, some European perceptions are related in different articles by Neil Andrews, Isabelle Hering and Giovanni Mateucci in England, Switzerland and Italy respectively. The difficulties of institutionalization of mediation in different cultures still imply some already known but still very relevant questioning and Giuseppe de Palo propose some adjustments in the mediation implementation in the legal systems, notably in the European landscape. Finally, the same continent shows interesting recent practices concerning restorative justice, as described by Helena Soleto Muñoz, who detects signs of development and resistance in south Europe. Still, amplifying from the communitarian to the international legal context, Juliana Loss de Andrade examines the legal environment for international commercial mediation settlement agreement and consequent arguments for the task of harmonization of normative framework. Finally, Lela P. Love and Joseph B. Stulberg didactically touch relevant practical aspects of the use of mediation and Paul Mason brings the focus to  the multi-dimensional mediation, considering the method beyond the limited two parties’ scenario. In this book, it is clear that, differently from the usual legal discussions, mediation is conflict resolution language understandable in different legal cultures. The multifaceted character of mediation emphasized in the texts is an invitation of interconnected contributions between different perspectives in a global and well-connected community. 


    Presentation. Humberto Dalla Bernardina de Pinho, Juliana Loss de Andrade

    Mediation in England. Neil Andrews

    Un Reto para la Mediación: el Diseño de su Código Deontológico. Nuria Belloso Martín

    Alternative Dispute Resolution and Aboriginal-Crown Reconciliation in Canada. Roshan Danesh, Jessica Dickson

    A False ‘Prince Charming’ Keeps ‘Sleeping Beauty’ in a Coma: On Voluntary Mediation Being the True Oxymoron of Dispute Resolution Policy. Giuseppe De Palo

    Programa de Derivación Judicial en Puerto Rico Desde la Perspectiva de la Mediación. Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán

    Mediation in Switzerland. Isabelle Hering

    Reconocimiento y eficacia de los acuerdos de mediación mercantil internacional. Juliana Loss de Andrade

    The Uses of Mediation. Lela P. Love, Joseph B. Stulberg

    Multi-Dimensional Mediation. Paul E. Mason

    “Italy Is Doing It – Should We Be?” Civil and Commercial Mediation in Italy . Giovanni Matteucci

    Limites dos Meios Alternativos de Conflito. José Marinho Paulo Junior

    New Perspectives of Civil and Commercial Mediation in Brazil. Humberto Dalla Bernardina de Pinho

    Practical Impacts of Theoretical Lenses. Elton Simoes, Andrea Maia

    Development and Resistance in South Europe Justice Systems to Restorative Justice. Helena Soleto Muñoz

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