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By producing promises to continue talking, yesterday's White House Rose Garden picnic table conversation satisfied basic standards for a successful negotiation. Tthe underlying principles resonate for conflict resolution practitioners from community centers to boardrooms.

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As the parties prepare to meet later today, what is there to learn for conflict resolution, business or otherwise, from the July 16 incident where Harvard Prof.Henry Louis Gates Jr. was arrested in his Cambridge, Mass., home, and the ensuing media crossfire?

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Luca Radicati di Brozolo, a partner focusing on arbitration at the Bonelli Erede Pappalardo law firm in Milan, and Andrea Bernava, a litigation partner in the Chiomenti law firm's Rome and Milan offices, set out the current state of mediation and arbitration practices in Italy.

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This week, IDN host Mike McIlwrath opens up about one of his employer’s mediations. He does much more than pull back the curtains on General Electric Co.’s ADR processes and procedures in a personal injury case: He gathers the mediator, well-known U.K. neutral Tony Allen, and the employee, Gavin Slessor, of Scotland, who lost his right arm and leg in a workplace accident. Hear what Slesser did to get to mediation, and make it work, as well as why GE decided to mediate the case. And find out what happened in the participants’ own words, and how they feel about the results.

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The Master Mediator returns!  In a back-to-basics series on building settlement, Robert A. Creo, pulls pieces of a settlement together, like those little plastic building blocks, in "Legos & Me,"  his 17th CPR Institute website Master Mediator column.

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