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he commitment that our dispute resolution lawyers give to clients is to identify and pursue the most effective means possible of avoiding or resolving disputes.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
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Alternative Dispute Resolution

The commitment that our dispute resolution lawyers give to clients is to identify and pursue the most effective means possible of avoiding or resolving disputes. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) refers to a wide range of processes that may be called upon to give effect to this commitment. We believe that our clients need to focus more on the bottom line than to be involved in rigorous, time-consuming and more often than not very expensive litigation.

 

ADR processes include:
We therefore endeavour to ensure that disputes are resolved amicably in a relaxed environment that seeks to achieve a win-win for all the parties involved.

Arbitration (in its various forms)

+ Judicial appraisal

+ Expert determination

+ Ombudsman services

+ Mediation-arbitration

+ Neutral fact-finding

+ Early neutral evaluation

+ Mediation (in its various forms)

+ Executive tribunals

Independent interventions

+ Assisted stakeholder dialogue

+ Brokered talks

+ Independent review

+ Relationship building

+ Drafting or amendment of dispute resolution mechanisms/procedures

+ Litigation support (civil, criminal and  quasi-judicial – refer to Litigation Support)

+ Early neutral evaluation

+ Mediation (in its various forms)

+ Executive tribunals

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