Dani El Habel

PhD Candidate Aix-Marseille University and volunteer at IM Campus


PhD Candidate Aix-Marseille University and volunteer at IM Campus
Posted 19 May 2022
Effective communication can be considered the most important element for the success of a mediation process. If the parties do not often take seriously the importance of communication, the mediator is invited to pay attention to it for two main reasons.
Posted 25 Jan 2022
The year 2021 was marked, like its two predecessors, by major commercial disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, alternative dispute resolution, and mainly mediation, showed a remarkable adaptation to the health situation. This has therefore allowed a certain continuity of trade relations at the international level.
Posted 26 Oct 2021
The overhaul of arbitration rules in order to adapt to different issues is of primary interest, in order to promote the place of the arbitration practise in a market where competition is increasing.

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