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Maryland Research Offers Insight into What Works (And What Doesn’t) in the Mediation Room

Jennifer Shack, June 29th, 2016

I had the honor of presenting at the Maryland Judiciary’s ADR Research Symposium a couple of weeks ago. The purpose of the symposium was to inform judges and court personnel of the results of a six-year research project examining ADR programs and processes. It reminded me of just how well Maryland has planned and implemented its ADR system. Because it serves as a model, I’d like to provide a little background about this before discussing the research. (more…)

Articulated Purposes and Objectives for Foreclosure Mediation Programs

Heather Scheiwe Kulp, September 6th, 2011

Foreclosure mediation and mitigation programs began appearing in local, state, and national contexts in response to the foreclosure crisis. As the crisis persists, more states have adopted or are looking to adopt such programs as a way to ensure borrowers (more…)

New RSI Report on Foreclosure Mediations Conducted Per Month

Jessica Glowinski, August 18th, 2011

RSI’s foreclosure mediation expert, Heather Scheiwe Kulp, put together a report on the number of mediations being conducted by court foreclosure mediation programs around the country. She calculated these numbers using all the public statistics she could find on the programs. (more…)

New Resources on CourtADR.org

Jessica Glowinski, July 18th, 2011

Here is a list of the new, abstracted resources that have been added to CourtADR.org, RSI’s national resource center, in the past few weeks. These are just a few of the over 4,000 resources available on CourtADR.org. We are always looking to expand our collection – if you know of any new research, programs, legislation, videos, or other resources, please let us know! (more…)