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ADR

abbreviation for ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION.
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On May 28, 1918, ADR, the first democratic republic in the entire Muslim East, was created, and although ADR existed for only 23 months, it adopted laws and decisions of immense historical significance, the MP noted.
Unless otherwise ordered by the court, the first session of the Other ADR Process shall be held within 60 days of the order of referral.
To implement the change, ADR holders on the record at the close of business one business day prior to the ratio change taking effect will receive 2.
From the defendant's standpoint, ADR offers privacy and can also provide the flexibility to develop solutions unavailable in litigation (Atlas et.
ConvergEx's ADR product suite has been available since 2003 and consists of three tools.
Natives, both Anglican and non-Anglican, have expressed strong concern that the ADR process does not cover the loss of language and culture they suffered in the schools.
But in most ADR cases, the arbitrator is brought in to provide experienced and neutral third-party assessments of legal claims and counterclaims.
On review of the facts surrounding Compaq's ADR transaction, the court concluded that Compaq had no business purpose other than obtaining a Federal tax benefit.
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the district court and held that the economic substance of the ADR transaction should be measured based on the gross amount of the dividend.
The improved reliability, capacity, and performance of ADR technology is possible at a low cost due to four separate tape storage innovations: buried servo signaling, multi-channel recording, true variable transfer rates, and enhanced data integrity.
The ADR Exchange sets itself apart from other legal service databases and search engines on the Web by compiling key details about ADR practitioners and allowing searches based on wide range of criteria.