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Latest News on Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR). Find Latest Stories, Special Reports, News & Pictures Appropriate Dispute Resolution at ADRDAILY.com. Appropriate Dispute Resolution is a civilised way of resolving a range of differences and conflicts, with a collection of processes used to resolve conflicts or disputes informally and confidentially. Appropriate Dispute Resolution provides a variety of processes that help parties to resolve disputes without a trial. Appropriate Dispute Resolution processes for civil cases typically include interest-based negotiation, mediation and arbitration. People at various relationship levels encounter differences which if not handled appropriately can escalate into unresolved conflict. Appropriate Dispute Resolution is usually less formal, less expensive, not adversarial and less time-consuming than a court trial. ADR can also give people more opportunity to determine when and how their disputes will be resolved. Read more about these ADR processes, when they may or may not be appropriate or watch a video and check out for news items, articles, and relevant resources on current issues and development of Appropriate Dispute Resolution across the world on adrdaily.com

Mr Gamey(seated middle) and Mr Seddoh(seated right) with the PEM ADR 2018 graduands

Gamey & Gamey ADR Institute holds 20th graduation

The Gamey and Gamey ADR Institute has held its 20th graduation in Accra on Saturday, during which 28 students for its Professional Executive Master...
Joe Anokye, NCA Director-General

Tribunal places injunction on NCA fines

The Electronic Communications Tribunal adjudicating the dispute between four Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and the National Communications Authority (NCA) over a GH¢34million fine, today...
The NCA says it is keen on quality network services

4 Telcos seek injunction against NCA fines

The Electronic Communications Tribunal adjudicating the dispute between four Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and the National Communications Authority (NCA) over a GH¢34million fine, has...
Anas and Agyapong have been trading accusations

Did Anas-Agyapong acrimony kill Ahmed?

A raging acrimony between ace Ghanaian investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and the MP for Assin North Constituency, Kennedy Agyapong over the exposé of...
Agogo farmers have been trying to flush out the cattle herds.

Agogo Police promotes dialogue between Farmers and Herdsmen

The Agogo District Police Command says it is resorting to the use of dialogue to restore peace after renewed dispute between some Fulani herdsmen...
More than 17 people where injured in the latest clash

GIGS blames Yendi clashes on weak peace deal

The Ghana Institute of Governance and Security (GIGS) has expressed concern over the renewed clashes in Yendi in the Northern region, blaming the situation...
Lydia Alhassan wants to retain his husband's seat

Late Agyarko’s funeral faces injunction

The first wife of the late Member of Parliament (MP) for Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency in the Greater Accra Region, Josephine Naana Agyarko has...
Rev Bempah has been described as a doomsday prophet

Ghana grapples with religious conflict scare

A prophesy of a controversial pastor predicting the death of Ghana’s National Chief Imam, ignited what can grow into a religious conflict if not...
Parliament remains divided over the medical drones agreement

Preventable Disputes in 2018

Ghana experienced many disputes in 2018, generating controversies that characterised public discourse on many national issues. The disputes, many of which were a result of...
Mr Ace Ankomah delivering his presentation at the colloquium

Ace Ankomah begs Courts to free Arbitration

Ace Annan Ankomah, a senior legal practitioner has appealed to the Courts to grant Arbitration practice the freedom to operate. According to him, although the...
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