Appropriate Dispute Resolution

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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.

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Goldman Sachs seeks Arbitration of Whistle-Blower claims

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. says claims by a former executive that the bank retaliated against him for blowing the whistle on its failure to...
Legal Aid resolves 5,535 disputes through ADR

Legal Aid resolves 5,535 disputes through ADR

The Legal Aid Commission of Ghana last year, resolved 5,535 disputes out of 9,133 cases, through Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanisms out of court,...

Long awaited Mediation Bill finally published -Ireland

The Mediation Bill 2017 obliges parties to a dispute to seriously consider mediation as a route to resolution. Published on 13 February 2017, the Bill...

China seeks WTO dispute resolution over U.S. tariffs

China has proposed tariffs of $50 billion on US products that will squeeze apple growers in Washington, soybean farmers in OH and winemakers in...

US warns staff in China: Beware of unusual sounds

The US state department has urged its staff in China to alert them to any abnormal hearing or vision issues after one employee reported...

Croatia rejects arbitration ruling on maritime dispute

July 6, 2017 Croatia has rejected an international tribunal’s border ruling that gave neighbouring Slovenia access to international waters just off Croatia’s coast, in a...

Ramaphosa suspends revenue service head with disciplinary charges

South Africa has served the suspended head of its revenue service Tom Moyane with disciplinary charges related to alleged misconduct during his tenure, the...

The 2023 SIAC Draft Rules: Raising the Bar for Arbitration Efficiency

By Anjali Anchayil & Aiman Singh Kler On 22 August 2023, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (“SIAC”) published the Draft 7th Edition of the SIAC Rules (the “Draft...

Aid workers hit by South Sudan violence

July 14, 2017 The United Nations has warned that 5,000 internally displaced people and a number of aid workers in South Sudan have been forced...
The oil and gas sector is burdened with contract disputes

Shell, Exxon, others to withdraw billion-dollar Nigerian lawsuits

Shell Plc, ExxonMobil Corp., Chevron Corp. and Equinor ASA plan to withdraw multibillion-dollar lawsuits against Nigeria’s state energy company after finalizing new terms for...
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