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Mediation Abroad/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

May 21, 2016


This article appeared in (It appears in its entirety.) “Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked has set new regulations in place that she believes will assist in adjudicating or preventing a divorce, compelling couples to attend mediation sessions prior to appearing before a beis din or secular court. She believes that if a couple is compelled […]

Egypt and Mediation/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 11, 2014


Egypt has volunteered to act as a mediator in the battle between Israel and Hamas. What has Egypt done so far? It has tried and failed to get a process begun. Yet we continue to read about Egypt and a possible role. Why is that? The message here is that mediation, unlike litigation/confrontation brings hope. […]