Purpose for ADR in Law | PhloxADR

US Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger (1969-1986) of the United States Supreme Court clearly saw the need for an alternative to the court system that was not as Costly, Painful, Destructive and Inefficient. Oklahoma Law The Oklahoma Legislature clearly saw the same when they created the Oklahoma Dispute Resolution Act in 1983. They mirrored…

By: Dr. Justin Wood, Th.d, CJME Alternative dispute resolution techniques may be used at various stages of a matter and even before anything makes its way to the court docket.  You do not have to wait for a matter to be filed in court to seek alternative dispute resolution techniques. Settlement is traditionally discussed at…

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…

By DANA RIMINGTON, Standard-Examiner Correspondent “When there is a dispute involving divorce or family matters, labor management or public issues, most people turn to the courts to help solve their problems. However, the use of mediation is increasing in popularity. Local religious leaders met recently to learn about what mediation entailed and how it can help…

By Michael Zeytoonian Before we talk about mediation and the value of early mediation, let’s start with two key questions to ask yourself about your dispute: How quickly do you want to get your dispute resolved? Is most of the relevant information needed to resolve your dispute the kind that is (a) freely available or ascertainable…

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