Preparing for ADR - Confidentiality, Standards, and Feedback
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    Francine T.
    JM
    Francine T.

    Where ever humans are its a natural tendency to have disputes be it great or small. All solutions to disputes take time and how it is used demands a lot of understanding. It is often said that this same, "time waits for no man." while this is a living truth we are always charged to "make the best use of time." Having carefully perused the foundation to the use of the ADR process and taking into account the high level of flexibility and patience that is entrusted to the practitioner its seems a waste of time, if and when a dispute has to to be sent back to to the ADR. One would get the understanding even though the ADR practitioner would have explained the pros and the cons of moving to the courts, participant(s) therefore do not necessarily work with an open mind for the interest of each other, hence added cost on the so called wayward participant(s) part is accumulated. How would this participant accept justice in time?

    Francine T.
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    Francine T.

    The ADR process can never be effective if all participants do not play there role. In playing the expected role there first must be a common understanding of each session, the reviewing and signing of contracts, the questioning and answering sessions that exist in the various sessions and the professional charm that must be displayed by the practitioner who is the steer within the session(s). This speaks to the fact that practitioners cannot expect to perform without being attached the necessary professional bodies.

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