Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crises – Dispute Prevention and Resolution Systems and Resources

The Indian Court System Devoid of Guidelines on Timelines, By Dr.V.V.L.N. Sastry

Delayed Justice in India Entrenching Poverty  Across the globe, users of civil and criminal justice systems, including courts, often complain that the systems take unjustifiably long time to process given matters. The typical court user who suffers never-ending talk from attorneys, growing legal bills and…

Summary of USMCA Negotiations

In our newsletter, we summarized USMCA’s negotiations. You can access our newsletter on the following link: Trading Room.

Settlements: How and Why We Do Them

SETTLEMENTS HOW AND WHY WE DO THEM     Law Office of Gen A. Norton 601 Carlson Parkway, Suite 1077 Minnetonka, MN 55305 (763) 450-6600       © 2019 Law Office of Glen A. Norton All Rights Reserved   I suffered…

Meditation – One of the key factors bringing success in Dispute Resolution

Mediation is a dynamic, structured, interactive and voluntary process parties choose, where a neutral third party, the mediator, agreed upon by the parties, or court accredited, assists in resolving conflicts. It is an internationally accepted method of solution to disputes which replaces conflicts with harmonious relations...

Do we really have to go to courts?

Have you ever been into a dispute? Have you ever been to courts? Did you even know that the courts have the pendency of around 2, 67, 73,356 cases and counting and that it will take another 23 years to resolve them? Right!! You must be shocked. We all have disputes. Don’t we? Be it home, office, work etc., some tend to grow bigger which ultimately lead us to choose courts. But why courts? Why do we have to go a place that is already filled up till the brim with cases?

Vivek Gautam, Executive Director and Initiator

Vivek has more than 25 years of experience in communications consulting, particularly in the areas of crisis management, Brand and Business spectrum, content marketing strategy, and business journalism. He has a widely recognized and acknowledged persuasive story-telling experience which reached in to the very heart

Suman Arora, Initiator and Co-founder

As a Distinguished Credentialed Mediator, Ms. Suman Arora is the initiator and co-founder of the Mediation and Conciliation Network.

Known as one of the finest mediator, facilitator and conflict resolution experts in India, she leads India’s first

Sanjay Laul, Director

A versatile and highly creative entrepreneur with more than 15 years of operational and managerial experience earned in international education sector while developing and building models through common

Ipshita Kajla, Initiator

Ipshita Kajla is a non-lawyer mediator with a background in Human Resource Management, Talent search and organizational development. Between 2007 and 2016 she has held various key positions in companies in

Kulpreet Yadav, Initiator & Co-founder

One of the promoters and co-initiators of Mediation and Conciliation Network, Kulpreet Yadav is an acclaimed Conflict Resolution Expert * Motivational Speaker * Life Skills Trainer and Creative Thinking Coach.