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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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ADR and Commercial Disputes

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ISBN13: 9780421763005
ISBN: 0421763000
Published: December 2001
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



With ADR fast becoming the first ""port of call"" for commercial disputes, ADR and Commercial Disputes provides a practical and rapid overview of how it can be applied in each of the main areas of commercial law. With each chapter written by a highly regarded practitioner in the area of law concerned, it offers realistic, practitioner-oriented guidance on the issues involved in ADR. * A clear guide to the advantages and disadvantages of ADR in all the main areas of commercial law * Each area of law covered in a separate chapter allowing discussion of the specific issues that arise in that area * Every chapter written by a specialist in that area of law * Provides useful sample agreements and a draft mediation agreement * Covers all the key areas, such as preparing for ADR, choosing a mediator, handling clients, procedures, costs, the settlement.

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Contents:
Introduction. The pros and cons of ADR. Shipping. Information technology. Insolvency. Partnership and professional practice disputes. Employment. Insurance. Franchising. Commercial property disputes. Banking and finance. Personal injury. Landlord and tenant. Wills and probate.