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Civil Litigation 2020-2021

Civil Litigation 2020-2021 (13th edn)

Lucilla Macgregor, Charlotte Peacey, and Georgina Ridsdale
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date: 03 October 2022

p. 515. Alternative Dispute Resolutionlocked

p. 515. Alternative Dispute Resolutionlocked

  • Lucilla Macgregor, Lucilla MacgregorSolicitor (non-practising), Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England
  • Charlotte PeaceyCharlotte PeaceySolicitor (non-practising), Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England
  •  and Georgina RidsdaleGeorgina RidsdaleSolicitor (non-practising), Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England

Abstract

This chapter deals with the methods by which the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) encourage parties to settle their disputes at an early stage and, ultimately, without proceeding trial. It also looks at the methods of dispute resolution that may be available. The chapter includes a detailed look at the most common dispute resolution methods. Further, it covers the different types of alternative dispute resolution (ADR); the integration of ADR into the CPR; the philosophy of ADR; and a detailed look at mediation.

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