Alternative Dispute Resolution: Law and Practice
1 Looseleaf Volume. Appendices.Index. Updated Annually or When NeededADR Law and Practice is a treatise and reference work written for the practicing lawyer. It provides the practitioner with a broad and easily accessible treatment of the law and practice of ADR. The book?s primary focus is on the representation of clients through the use of those procedures. Practitioners who seek commentary and analysis of some discrete and identified problem that they are facing should be able to use the various sections and subsections more or less independently. The organization of the text also accommodates lawyers who wishes to address dispute resolution more comprehensively, by working through the subject with a certain logic ? beginning with definitions of procedural forms, then adding notes on the selection of a particular form and the practice considerations that go with it, through the uses of ADR both pre and post-dispute and from there to the legal questions that might arise along the way. The book concludes with a set of Appendices containing some of the most commonly referred-to statutes and frequently used forms and sample clauses. Cross-references link selected parts of the forms to related discussions elsewhere in the text.
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