Mandatory dispute resolution declared legal

Compulsory alternative dispute resolution has been declared legal by the Civil Justice Council, which reported this week that compelling parties to take part in mediation could be “desirable and effective” in certain circumstances. However one lawyer notes that at its heart ADR requires a willingness to come to the table and negotiate.

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