Twenty percent of the U.K.’s leading companies are reviewing their alternative dispute resolution (ADR) policies, according to research conducted by litigation heavyweight Herbert Smith.

The research, headed by Herbert Smith head of ADR Alexander Oddy, questioned 21 leading blue-chip companies, including Shell, Royal Bank of Scotland, Merrill Lynch, KPMG, Zurich, UBS and GE, on their dispute management.

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