Dispute Resolution

Description

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Dispute Resolution generally refers to one of several different processes used to resolve disputes between parties, including negotiation, mediation, arbitration, collaborative law, and litigation. Dispute resolution is the process of resolving a dispute or a conflict by meeting at least some of each side’s needs and addressing their interests. Dispute resolution, or conflict resolution to use another common term, is a relatively new field, emerging after World War II (Program of Negotiation: Harvard Law School).

Software

Conflict Resolution Software is the premier web-based conflict resolution software.  You can utilize Conflict Resolution Software to input the dispute when it first arises and utilize the power of Conflict Resolution Software to track it to resolution.  You can even set up your system to resolve the dispute at various levels.

How to Learn Dispute Resolution

Associations and Journals

The Dispute Resolution Journal is a world-recognized authoritative resource for advocates, neutrals, parties, educators, public-policy leaders and corporate executives. In-depth articles by leading practitioners and scholars cover the spectrum of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) issues, emerging techniques and new applications of ADR processes in commercial and labor practice. Contributors are the foremost experts in areas such as international trade, business, commercial finance, labor relations, construction, the courts, insurance, employment, real estate, intellectual property, health care, computers and high tech.

Examples

More Information/Resources

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Written by: Janae Teal
Last updated: 4 October 2014

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