Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) programs, by design permit more control for those in search of aid to addressing their problems, which can allow for a faster resolution.
Litigants who are faced with business disputes, employment law cases, commercial litigation and other civil lawsuits often prefer the ADR procedure of mediation, as compared to nonbinding arbitration. When questioned for opinions on a court trial, respondents favored judge trials over trials by jury. Knowing this preference can assist the courts when looking to increase or persuade contribution in voluntary ADR dealings. Continue reading