Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is a way of sorting out your disputes without going to court. It is usually cheaper, quicker and less formal. There are two main types of ADR:

  • A trained mediator is appointed to try to facilitate a settlement of your dispute
  • The mediator is neutral and doesn’t represent either side
  • The mediator manages the process – often a series of meetings between the parties spread over one day
  • Mediation is successful 75% of the time, saving time, money and stress
  • But it is always your choice as to whether or not to settle
    • An arbitrator is appointed to decide your dispute
    • The arbitrator is often an experienced expert rather than a judge who may know nothing about your industry
    • The arbitrator manages the process – which is either done by documents-only or could include a hearing
    • The arbitrator is not bound by the formalities of normal court procedure
    • You and the other party are bound by the result and it is easier to enforce than most other proceedings and internationally binding

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

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