Republic of Ireland: Putting ADR on a formal footing
There are signs of real change in the Irish commercial dispute resolution environment where ADR is finally emerging. William Aylmer looks at the evidence and asks if change is for the better
Traditionally in the developed world, in common law and civil law jurisdictions, the dispute resolution service has been provided by the state through the administration of civil justice systems. This has certainly been the case in Ireland and the UK where court proceedings have been the weapon of choice in business disputes.
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