Is workplace conflict more prevalent and how is it best managed? ADC has been at the forefront of workplace conflict resolution for nearly 30 years. In the first of its new Bulletin series on workplace issues, Keith Welsh (Mediator and Owner of Velocer Music - ICEHOUSE/Savage Garden) speaks with Salli Browning (Mediator, Workplace Consultant and music aficionado) about workplace dispute resolution. Read more Our media is filled with stories about rising Workers Compensation and indemnity costs, bullying complaints and workplace [...]
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ACICA 30th Anniversary Cocktail Reception [Left to Right] Khory Mcormick, Georgia Quick, Ian Nosworthy, Justice Steven Rares, Chief Justice James Allsop AO, Alex Baykitch, James Spigelman AC QC, Justice Michael Ball, Chief Justice Tom Bathurst AC, Justice Lindsay Foster, John Wakefield, Michael Talbot, Ian Govey AM Chief Justice Robert French Alex Baykitch: ACICA President Senior Members of the Court of Justice, Thailand John Wakefield and Chris Le Mercier with Mr Suriyong Limsatiranan (President of [...]
As part of ADC’s first Thursday of the month evening seminar series, ADC was pleased to host Ms Tania Sourdin and Mr Tom Howe QC in May and June 2015. The overarching theme of these two evening seminars was ADR in the government sector. Mr Howe’s general overview of ADR in the government sector was complimented by Ms Tania Sourdin’s specific review of ADR at the ATO. Both presentations highlighted the successes and the challenges facing the implementation of ADR [...]
On 5 March 2015 an application was made to the Supreme Court of Victoria for enforcement of a foreign arbitral award. By 12 March 2015, the matter had been heard, the decision of Justice Clyde Croft had been handed down and the Victorian Court of Appeal had upheld his decision to enforce the award. The two decisions and the speed with which they were delivered, are an unequivocal demonstration of the Australian judiciary’s supportive approach to ensuring the certainty and [...]
In a recent road show to New Delhi, Michael Talbot spoke at a joint conference presented by the Australian Disputes Centre, the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration and the International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution when he discussed Australia’s ADR landscape; citing the efficient administration of justice via legal frameworks and professional mediator accreditation as central to the prompt and efficient means of resolving disputes. In discussing the significance of effective dispute resolution at the Conference, and later to [...]
ADC recently delivered its flagship Mediation course in Fiji. Trainers Sarah Blake and Prof Laurence Boulle embarked on the exciting opportunity with participants representing the diversity of the island nation and one student who travelled from Perth, WA for the course. From a training perspective, it was exciting to observe participants developing a deeper understanding of mediation, the process and skills required. Over the course of the week there was a substantial improvement in participants’ capacity to facilitate the mediation [...]
We are excited to share with you the news that the Australian International Disputes Centre and the Australian Commercial Disputes Centre have amalgamated into one brand; the Australian Disputes Centre. The increased globalisation of Australian business interests has created an opportunity for the Australian Disputes Centre (ADC) to integrate its operations and more efficiently deliver its Alternative Dispute Resolution services both nationally and internationally. The new brand and the integrated operation create a focus that accelerates [...]
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Autumn Bulletin Vol. 6 Ed. 2 - International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Autumn Bulletin Vol. 6 Ed. 2 - Asia Pacific International Mediation Summit