A Practical Approach to Alternative Dispute Resolution provides a commentary on all of the major areas of out-of-court dispute resolution. The text is made up of six parts. Part I looks at the history and range of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods. The second part moves on to the interplay between ADR, civil procedural rules (CPR), and litigation. The third part focuses on negotiation and mediation. It looks at styles, strategies, and tactics; preparation for mediation; and the mediation process as a whole. It also touches on international mediation. Part IV is about evaluation, conciliation, and Ombudsmen. The fifth part examines recording settlement. The sixth and final part is about adjudicative ADR. It contains chapters on expert or neutral determination, construction industry adjudication, arbitration, arbitration tribunals, commercial arbitration, international arbitration, awards and orders, High Court jurisdiction in arbitration claims, and, finally, enforcement of settlement and awards.
Keywords:dispute resolution, ADR methods, negotiation, international mediation, Ombudsmen, recording settlement, adjudicative ADR, arbitration, awards, High Court
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- Front Matter
- Part I History and range of ADR methods
- Part II The Interplay between ADR, CPR, and Litigation
- Part III Negotiation and Mediation
- Part IV Evaluation, Conciliation, and Ombudsmen
- Part V Recording Settlement
- Part VI Adjudicative ADR
- End Matter