10 reasons why financiers should consider ADR

Services: Dispute Resolution & Litigation
Industry Focus: Financial Services
Date: 01 November 2016
Author: Mark Addison, Partner
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The October 2016 edition of the Australian Banking & Finance Law Bulletin (a LexisNexis publication) contains an article by Mark Addison, Partner at DibbsBarker, entitled ’10 reasons why financiers should consider ADR’. In this article Mark explains some of the benefits offered by Alternative Dispute Resolution, and particularly mediation, for financiers who find themselves enforcing claims or managing disputes arising from commercial negotiations.

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10 reasons why financiers should consider ADR
Author: Mark Addison, Partner
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