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  • Queenielyn Caballero Japan Inappropriate mechanisms for dispute-resolution Nature The adversary system: dissatisfaction with traditional method of dispute resolution exists because it can be inappropriate for effective justice. Cause Adversary system: Two opponents who disagree engage in correspondence. This leads to frustration, and invariably litigation follows. Pre-trial steps assist to achieve an out-of-court settlement (OCS), but the mere issue of a writ is not always a solution (discovery: all documents disclosed but can be complicated and costly). The role of parties and legal representatives is to advocate claims are one-sided and non-objective. Goal is to 'win at-all-costs'. Effect Delays: Length of pre-trial stage (eg 3 years) means increased cost, lack of motivation/interest as well as being inconvenient. Can be 1-2 years prior to setting date for trial, which can mean a 4-year delay overall for some. Backlog is too big; the process is too slow. Costs: Steps produce time-consuming process (increases legal representation costs). Even if successful, plaintiff may not recover all costs (only 50-80% of costs). Complexity: Discovery stage is too time-consuming. Difficult preparation and analysis. Reforms: Expand use of ADR techniques and forums (negotiation, arbitration and mediation). Extend compulsory inclusion of ADR clauses into contracts. Expand centres for commercial dispute resolution (eg State Insurance Office Centre - consumer disputes).
    2015-03-18 16:03:06

    • Queenielyn Caballero Japan Types of disputes Disputes occur across a range of different areas of social activity All types of disputes may be resolved through processes and mechanisms that range from informal to formal in their operation. Increasingly, alternative mechanisms for dispute resolution (outside the traditional courts) are being used. These are known as ADR (alternative dispute resolution) techniques. There are two major types of disputes for the legal system. The two major types of disputes for the legal system are criminal and civil disputes.
      2015-03-18 16:03:30
  • Rebecca Hudson Australia ADR (alternative dispute resolution) so pervasive system strongly in some areas, especially the developing countries to follow certain customs and traditions in the world in solving most of the problems..
    2015-03-06 04:03:14

  • Amro Selim Egypt ADR (alternative dispute resolution) so pervasive system strongly in some areas, especially the developing countries to follow certain customs and traditions in the world in solving most of the problems..
    2015-02-03 19:02:18

  • Rk Sharma India Types of disputes Disputes occur across a range of different areas of social activity All types of disputes may be resolved through processes and mechanisms that range from informal to formal in their operation. Increasingly, alternative mechanisms for dispute resolution (outside the traditional courts) are being used. These are known as ADR (alternative dispute resolution) techniques.
    2014-12-24 08:12:27

  • Charmaine Webber Australia Two types of disputes are criminal and civil law.
    2014-12-14 09:12:55

  • Samuel Olorunfemi Obayemi Nigeria Criminal law and civil law are the two types of disputes in legal system
    2014-12-07 11:12:19

  • Sione Siotonu Fakahua Tonga Most types of disputes may be resolved through a processes and mechanisms that range from informal to formal in their operation.
    2014-12-04 09:12:47

  • Nöelle Linehan Ireland What are Alternative solutions to resolve civil and criminal Cases?
    2014-11-08 15:11:50

  • Nöelle Linehan Ireland In civil and some criminal Cases can be resolved by Solution called ADR(
    2014-11-08 15:11:43

  • John Obot Nigeria DISPUTE COULD BE CRIMINAL, CIVIL, CONSTITUTIONAL, FAMILY, INDUSTRIAL OR EMPLOYMENT. ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION MECHANISMS MUCH IN USE PRESENTLY.
    2014-10-29 12:10:52

  • mohammed alduboni Jordan What are the major disputes in law ?
    2014-10-28 18:10:23

  • Tyisha Jiles United States of America Name some types of criminal & civil disputes.
    2014-09-04 02:09:12

  • Zachary Bashore United States of America What are criminal cases and civil disputes?
    2014-08-20 18:08:20

  • Awuni Apuko Peter Ghana What is the difference between criminal and civil desputes
    2014-08-13 11:08:51

  • Gabriel Nathan Singapore What are the two major disputes in law ?
    2014-07-25 12:07:28

    • Awuni Apuko Peter Ghana Criminal and civil
      2014-08-13 11:08:12
    • Gabriel Nathan Singapore Criminal dispute or civil dispute
      2014-07-25 12:07:59
  • Abraham Marial Awet South Sudan What are the Criminal cases and civil disputes: types of disputes?
    2014-07-01 16:07:16

    • Abraham Marial Awet South Sudan Types of disputes. All types of disputes may be resolved through processes and mechanisms that range from informal to formal in their operation. Increasingly, alternative mechanisms for dispute resolution (outside the traditional courts) are being used. These are known as ADR (alternative dispute resolution) techniques. There are two major types of disputes for the legal system. The two major types of disputes for the legal system are criminal and civil disputes.
      2014-07-01 16:07:17
  • Akech kuol Egypt what are the criminal cases and civil dispute:types of disputes?
    2014-06-16 17:06:56

    • Akech kuol Egypt Legal Studies -> Criminal cases and civil disputes: types of disputes Types of disputes Disputes occur across a range of different areas of social activity All types of disputes may be resolved through processes and mechanisms that range from informal to formal in their operation. Increasingly, alternative mechanisms for dispute resolution (outside the traditional courts) are being used. These are known as ADR (alternative dispute resolution) techniques. There are two major types of disputes for the legal system. The two major types of disputes for the legal system are criminal and civil disputes. Previous | Next
      2014-06-16 17:06:49
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