Overview and comparison of ADR processes

An overview and comparison of the various alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms. This note explains the advantages and disadvantages of ADR. It looks at binding and non-binding forms of ADR and set outs the key features of each of the different types of ADR, as well as evaluating their benefits and drawbacks.

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