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RICS explores alternatives to Compulsory Purchase Orders
Thursday, 28th September 2018

"RICS professionals who work in the specialist field of Compulsory Purchase (CP) are so concerned about the current state of the system that they have invited the RICS Dispute Resolution Service to explore alternative methods of dispute resolution...


Ward calls for new body to promote mediation
Thursday, 28th September 2018

"Former Court of Appeal judge turned mediator Sir Alan Ward has called for the greater promotion and regulation of mediation in order to build on its successful history of resolving disputes."Read in full:  


Symposium signals strong outlook for commercial disputes
Wednesday, 27th September 2018

"With a keynote address by a leading UK government minister, and a solid line-up of practitioners providing expert opinion, in-house views and judicial engagement,


Paragon launches dispute resolution support offering
Wednesday, 20th September 2018

"Independent building and project consultancy Paragon has launched a standalone dispute resolution support (DRS) service, making it one of the only UK building consultancies not to amalgamate the...


Govt clarifies pension dispute rules
Wednesday, 20th September 2018

"The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) have said that all complaints and disputes about occupational and personal pension schemes have to be signposted to the Pension Ombudsman, despite current legislation saying...


Dispute Resolution in English Courts Post-Brexit
Sunday, 10th September 2018

"As Brexit negotiations rumble on between the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK), it remains uncertain how businesses will be affected on March 29, 2019. The English courts are no less immune to this uncertainty. 


Time to take the Cyprus question to the people
Thursday, 7th September 2018


Deconstructing disputes
Thursday, 7th September 2018

"Herbert Smith Freehills recently hosted a roundtable dinner on dispute resolution issues in the construction and infrastructure ind...


CEDR expands Commercial Mediation Panel
Thursday, 7th September 2018

"CEDR (the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution) formally announces an intake of six mediators to its panel in the last 12 months.The CEDR Mediator Panel, acknowledged to contain many of the most experienced commercial mediators ava...


What Might Artificial Intelligence Mean For Alternative Dispute Resolution?
Thursday, 31st August 2018

"Artificial Intelligence (AI), the notion that computerised systems can replace human thought processes and interactions, continues to gain traction in all areas of life including the legal profession and in particular in the field of dispute resolut...


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