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CPR Institute Launches New International Mediation Procedure

The new updated procedure can be used anywhere in the world

The new updated procedure can be used anywhere in the world

The International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR) announced that effective March 1st 2017 a new mediation procedure can be used anywhere in the world. The CPR Mediation Procedure, which is specific to the United States, remains effective. 


The new procedures were drafted by a CPR’s European Advisory Board (EAB) led by Alex Oddy of Herbert Smith Freehills and Isabelle Robinet-Muguet of Orange with input from CPR’s Mediation Committee led by Erin Gleason Alvarez of AIG and Rick Richardson of GlaxoSmithKline. 


The procedure includes ground rules for the proceeding, the selection of the mediator and exchange of information during the mediation. 


According to Noah HAnft, the President & CEO of CPR “This new international mediation procedure will better support global businesses in preventing and resolving commercial disputes more effectively, it was a pleasure to work with EAB and Alex and Isabelle to create this new procedure.” 


For more information on the CPR International Mediation Procedure, click here.


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