- Wednesday, 2 September 2015
National chambers Clerksroom has announced a partnership with a not-for-profit business that describes itself as the biggest multi-sector ombudsman in the UK, to provide commercial dispute resolution services for up to 10,000 businesses. It could be the biggest mediation opportunity to arise in the UK to date.
Posted in Latest news, Market monitor
- Tuesday, 1 September 2015
The Legal Ombudsman has apologised to solicitors for any inconvenience caused after it abandoned plans to become a certified alternative dispute resolution body without a full consultation. LeO said it would “decide how to proceed” in December.
Tags: ADR, complaints, Legal Ombudsman, Legal Services Board
Posted in Latest news, Legal Ombudsman, Legal Services Act
- Tuesday, 24 February 2015
Emerging countries and large corporations will lead the way on court technology while the UK and USA lag behind, experts at the Global Law Summit in London have predicted just a week after the Civil Justice Council unveiled its blueprint for online dispute resolution.
Tags: ADR, court IT, Litigants-in-person, online dispute resolution, Technology
Posted in Latest news, Technology
- Wednesday, 5 January 2011
A spiralling number of partnership disputes is encouraging the development of specialist alternative dispute resolution, experts have said. It has led to the Association of Partnership Practitioners launching a Directory of Partnership Dispute Arbitrators and Mediators.
Tags: ADR, partnerships
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