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Alternative Dispute Resolution Lawyers USA - Recent Legal Articles
- New Law Provides for Quicker Resolution of Alabama Personal Injury Claims
This article discusses a new law in Alabama allowing parties to hire a private judge to preside over certain cases, including non-jury personal injury claims. In addition to providing details of the new law, this article also identifies the benefits that a personal injury claimant may reap from utilizing the new private judge system.
- Pine Tree Villa, L.L.C v. Olson (2009 WL 723034)
Case: Pine Tree Villa, L.L.C v. Olson (2009 WL 723034) Parties: Plaintiff (Appellee) - Olson - Defendant (Appellant) - Pine Tree Villa, L.L.C. Court: Court of Appeals of Kentucky (2009).
- Shared Responsibility: A Litigator's Perspective
A discussion of how parties accept responsibility during the litigation process, and the role this plays in settlement. The Value of Shared Responsibility: A Litigator’s Perspective © 2011 Jonathan B. Frank
- Alternative Dispute Resolution and Arizona Businesses
Increasingly, businesses are including alternative dispute resolution (ADR) clauses in standard business-to-business and consumer contracts, and even businesses without ADR clauses opt for ADR procedures to resolve disputes while keeping court and legal costs to a minimum.
- California Construction Contracts, Subcontracts, Arbitration Agreements, & Mechanics Liens in California Law
Construction Contracts on private construction projects - including AIA A-201 General Conditions, and other form construction contracts - quite commonly include a clause or provision requiring “binding arbitration” of disputes between the Property Owner and the Prime or General Contractor.
- Negotiation, Arbitration, and Mediation: Alternative Ways to Resolve a Dispute
In any business and employer-worker relationship, a dispute may happen which can halt the operation and create a rift between people which may adversely affect the business.
- Mediation in Foreclosure Cases - The Champion of Progress in Florida
An inside look and unfocused analysis of the Collins Center for Public Policy foreclosure managed mediation process and hopeful prospects for success in the State of Florida and perhaps around the foreclosure-ravaged country.
- How Do You Avoid Litigation With Your Association?
You have a dispute with your association. You wish to plant artificial grass in your front lawn, but the association states that it will not allow you to do so. You do not wish to engage in expensive and time consuming litigation over this issue. You are looking for a non-litigation alternative to resolve your dispute with your association. Are there any such alternatives available?
- The Settlement Conference Requirement to Appeal to the Nevada Supreme
Nevada requires a settlement conference before a case may be appealed to the Supreme Court., each party and its attorneys meet with a settlement judge. The judge cannot make any decisions regarding the outcome, but will listen to each side, critiquing and advising both sides.
- International Centre for Dispute Resolution
In a growing, global economy where alternative dispute resolution is becoming more and more common, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution provides an increasingly important forum for resolving international business disputes.