By: Dr. Justin Wood, Th.d, CJME Direct negotiation is a dispute resolution technique process at the beginning of the ADR spectrum. It is often a good starting point to see if a conflict can be resolved without needing to use mediation, arbitration or court litigation.  In direct negotiation, the parties may or may not be…

By: Dr. Justin Wood, Th.d, CJME A dispute may be ready for a binding ADR process at any time.  In certain business or consumer disputes, the parties may be bound by contract provisions that require the use of a binding ADR process like arbitration. State laws requiring a binding ADR process may also apply to…

by Matthew Rushton “Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) has a critical role to play for in-house counsel seeking to do more with less, but it remains something of a novelty as compared to the centuries-long tradition of courtroom litigation. While there were many international arbitrations in the nineteenth century and into the early twentieth century, they tended…

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