DISPUTE RESOLUTION SERVICES
Jeremy handles international negotiations, mediations, conciliations and arbitrations, and combined hybrid processes in a wide range of fields and industries. He also acts as settlement counsel or process design facilitator in assisting parties to design appropriate dispute resolution processes, taking into consideration time constraints, budgets, the value of the dispute, future business or personal relationships and any international considerations. This normally involves using a Guided Choice process, taking into account a wide range of corporate cultures, social and business considerations, and bringing in elements of the TRI-O/S model he has co-developed as part of his activities with Neuroawareness and the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences. He has advised individuals, partnerships, small and medium-sized enterprises, multinationals, governments, universities and state-owned entities and combinations of negotiating parties of widely differing sizes and means to obtain mutually satisfactory outcomes in faster, cheaper and better ways, leading to greater satisfaction by all concerned. For a copy of his IMI professional profile as a mediator and as a mediation advocate (including independently generated user feedback digests from his clients), please click here.
- Process Advisor and Facilitator
- Diagnosis of Appropriate Dispute Resolution (“ADR” )Options
- ADR Process Design
- Advising parties, counsel and institutions on possibly ADR processes
- Mixed Mode ADR process design
- Guided Choice Facilitator
- Settlement Counsel
- Collaborative Lawyer
- Cooperative Lawyer
- ADR counsel to parties
- ADR advisor to litigation counsel
- Advisor to parties wishing to avoid litigation
- Interest-based negotiator
- ADR Neutral
- Mixed ADR Modes neutral
- P.M. Lurie & J. Lack, “Guided Choice Dispute Resolution Processes: Reducing the Time and Expense to Settlement” in Dispute Resolution International Vol. 8, No. 2, October 2014, pp. 167-177.
- J. Lack & F. Bogacz, “Perspective Neurobiologique sur le Rôle et le Fonctionnement de l’Avocat: Les BiaisInconscients”, La Lettre du Conseil, Ordre des Avocats de Genève, N° 59 – octobre 2014, pp. 14-20.
- J. Lack, “A mindful approach to evaluative mediation” in MfNTijdschriftConflicthanteringNummer 3, pp. 18-23 (2014)
- P.M. Lurie & J. Lack, “The Seven Principles of Guided Choice Dispute Resolution Processes”, Who’s Who Legal Mediation (2014), pp. 17-19
- M. Schonewille & J. Lack, “Mediation in the European Union and Abroad: 60 States Divided by a Common Word?” in The Variegated Landscape of Mediation: A Comparative Study of Mediation Regulation and Practices in Europe and the World (Ed. M. Schonewille & F. Schonewille), Eleven International Publishing, the Netherlands (2014), Chapter 2, pp. 19-44
- J. Lack, Chapter 5, “Outline of Civil &Commerical Mediation in Switzerland” in How to Master Mediation (Ed. David Richbell) in publication (2015)
- J. Lack; M. Leathes; W.J. von Kumberg; “Enabling Early Settlement in Investor-State Arbitration – The Time to Introduce Mediation Has Come“, TDM 1 (2014), www.transnational-dispute-management.com
- “The Neurophysiology of ADR and Process Design: A New Approach to Conflict Prevention and Resolution?”, 34 Cardozo J. of Conflict Resolution [Vol. 14:33] 2012, pp. 33-80
- Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR): The Spectrum of Hybrid Techniques Available to the Parties, Chapter 17 to ADR in Business, Practice and Issues Across Countries And Cultures (Kluwer Law International, edited by A. Ingen-Housz, 2011), pp. 339-79
- Finding an International Mediator: Identifying Suitable Candidates to Mediate an International Commercial Dispute (co-written with Michael McIlwrath, Diane Levin, & Giovanni Nicola Giudice), The Peacemaker, Vol. 24, No. 2 February 2010
- The New Swiss Rules of Commercial Mediation of the Swiss Chambers of Commerce and Industry: Possible Links to Arbitration, Müller/Rigozzi (eds.) New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration 2008, Schulthess Editions Romandes 2008, pp. 105-24 (Nov 2008)
- The Interaction Between Arbitration and Mediation: Vision vs. Reality (co-written with Prof.Dr. Renate Dendorfer of Munich, Germany) Dispute Resolution International, May 2007 Vol 1 no 1 (also published in SchiedsVZ 4/2007 – German Arbitration Journal, C.H. Beck Verlag, Munich, pp. 195-205)
- Appropriate Dispute Resolution (“ADR”): When to Use Litigation, Arbitration, Conciliation and/or Mediation in Commercial Disputes?
- Mediation Advocacy: The role of lawyers in Appropriate Dispute Resolution (2016)
- Guest lecturer to Harvard University’s Program on Negotiation (PON) faculty dinner on “Negotiation and Neuroscience: Possible Lessons for Negotiation Instruction”, November 2012.