Archive Issues Of Laboratory

Edition 11, June 2008
 
Writing back in 1990, Andrew Acland, widely recognised as the pioneer of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in the UK, described the increasing popularity of ADR as a "sudden outbreak of common sense". He said it was time for ADR to come away from the alternative fringe and into the mainstream of judicial, business and social dispute resolution.
 
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In this issue :
  • Arbitration makes sense
  • Insolvency law reform: hurry up and wait
  • E-mails: how effective is your disclaimer?
 
In Re:
  • Servitudes: time for change
 

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