Why Hawaii Wants to Become a Center for International Mediation and Arbitration

In a new 44-min video Mark Shklov, Michael Schwartz, Richard Mosher and Gerard Clay - four Hawaii attorneys with extensive experience not only in litigation but also mediation and arbitration - discuss:

>> The growing need for International mediation and arbitration

>> Why Hawaii is best suited to become a center for International dispute resolution, particularly for settling disputes between the USA and Asia

>> Which other cities in the USA, Europe and Asia currently offer International dispute resolution services, and why they are so successful

>> What needs to be done in order to set up and run an International dispute resolution center in Hawaii

To view their video click here http://goo.gl/IpBWeS (Source: Think Tech Hawaii)

PS: In the next few weeks Richard Mosher and Giuseppe Leone, founder of Virtual Mediation Lab, will present a webinar titled “Introduction to International Mediation and Arbitration” to a group of attorneys, mediators and arbitrators in China and Hawaii.

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