Joint decisions

Parker, Roger
June 2005
Lawyer;6/27/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 25, p27
Trade Publication
Argues that mediation and arbitration are the best alternatives to the litigation process in professional negligence cases. Issues that should be addressed by lawyers who advise clients on negligence cases; Functions and features of the mediation process; Importance of confidentiality in arbitration cases; Reasons why lawyers and clients should always consider a dispute resolution structure.


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