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Dean Peter "Bo" Rutledge and Katherine Marie Larsen, University of Georgia College of Law (Courtesy photos) Dean Peter “Bo” Rutledge and Katherine Marie Larsen, University of Georgia School of Law, Athens. (Photo left: John Disney/ALM; Photo right, courtesy photo)

In the world of alternative dispute resolution, mediation, including international mediation, is the proverbial “hot topic” among lawyers and their clients (corporate or otherwise). Recent international developments hold open the possibility of strengthening its appeal in the market of dispute resolution and create another ripe opportunity for the state of Georgia to position itself as a jurisdiction hospitable to resolving complex business disputes.

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