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A Practitioner’s Guide to Alternative Dispute Resolution and Dispute Resolution Clauses (Book & eBook Pack)

ISBN13: 9780414110397
To be Published: March 2024
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Book & eBook Pack (ProView)
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This new book addresses the topic of drafting dispute resolution clauses by providing a practical, easy to follow but comprehensive guide on drafting of the various types that is primarily aimed at contract drafters.

The dispute resolution clause within a contract or agreement determines how any subsequent dispute is resolved and the contractual rights and obligations are enforced. Written by experienced litigators, who know the complex issues involved in the drafting of dispute resolution clauses in practice, the book addresses various types of dispute resolution clauses, giving the drafter/reader a choice of selecting the most relevant one in the circumstances. It aims to make their choice easier by providing more information as to why a particular type is suitable and informing them of any issues that should be taken into account of, as well as responding to commonly asked questions, and will be fully up-to-date with Brexit and Covid-19 developments.