The Australian Mediation Association is proud to launch a new cost effective, online dispute resolution platform for Family Dispute Resolution (FDR). Family Resolve connects parents and partners with Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners and mediators using webcam-enabled online dispute …read more
Less than 2 percent of technology agreements result in formal dispute proceedings which are generally costly and time-consuming, said a survey issued by World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Thursday.
The International Survey on Dispute Resolution in Technology Transactions conducted …read more
The compulsory acquisition of land earmarked for a liquefied natural gas precinct north of Broome will continue as planned after a Federal Court ruling. The Western Australian Government is at this stage continuing with the acquisition of land at …read more
The ILO and the Australian workplace relations tribunal signed a memorandum of understanding to provide technical assistance in the area of labour dispute resolution. Supporting the Commission’s international engagement strategy, Justice Ross said the MOU would help ensure that members …read more
AUSTRALIA’S first Small Business Commissioner has built respect but the limitations of the role are still very public.
The role itself has no formal power to resolve disputes – a matter of importance given the impact of the Australian …read more
The World Congress on Family Law and Childrens Rights was held in Sydney in March 2013. The congress brought together government officials, family law practitioners, jurists, advocates, policing and protection agencies, medical practitioners, politicians and other organisations and individuals with …read more
In line with the advances of technology, there is now an accessible opportunity to obtain the necessary basic process and skill components of mediation training online and become accredited in accordance with the Australian National Mediator Standards. The Australian Mediation …read more
Welcome to the Australian Mediation Association (AMA) your Resolution Experts. The AMA is a group of Mediators and conflict resolution practitioners who provide private mediation services, consulting services, and education in mediation, communication and negotiation, to help businesses and individuals avoid disputes through planning and to resolve disputes through mediation.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has become a widely used set of processes that continues to grow as a means of resolving even the most complex, high stakes cases. Through a combination of the expertise of our distinguished mediators and associates and effective business practices, we have set the standard for ADR providers nationwide.
The AMA is focused on facilitating highly professional, diplomatic and responsive interventions that achieve successful outcomes for all parties involved.