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dispute resolution

noun alternative dispute resooution, judicial alternative, means to conclude an action, means to gain a decision, means to gain a determination, means to gain an outcome, means to obtain findings, means to resolve an action
Associated concepts: alternative dispute resolution
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Cases for which arbitration is not appropriate under 5 USC Section 572 or 575 (which provide the general authority and guidelines for the use of alternative dispute resolution in the administrative process);
Expedient dispute resolution also produces two other benefits: 1) it increases cash flow by releasing payments that have been delayed due to a pending dispute; and 2) it reduces disputed amounts often conceded to the customer for no reason other than extreme age.
Pfeffer has an extensive background serving the construction industry in the private, public, and non-profit sectors, and representing clients in matters ranging from project planning and contract preparation to dispute resolution.
The government is aware that many women may be vulnerable in any private dispute resolution setting including arbitrations," said Minister Pupatello.
Not surprisingly, the field of reinsurance dispute resolution has been flooded with lawyers and would-be arbitrators/consultants eager to "assist the industry" in resolving these complicated disputes on an hourly basis.
The EPA center was established under the Administrative Dispute Resolution Act of 1996, which requires each federal agency to have a dispute resolution specialist on staff and to develop an ADR policy.
The list included determining how much the church could contribute, and over what time period, and post-agreement cooperation in resolving claims through alternative dispute resolution and cooperative healing and reconciliation.
An alternative dispute resolution technique that has been introduced to improve the settlement process is the fast track dispute resolution program.
And Smith has now given that trend its own newsletter, Dispute Resolution Alert, "An Update on World Developments in Arbitration and Mediation.
The database currently has hundreds of detailed profiles of dispute resolution practitioners, service providers, and attorneys and law firms across the country and around the world.
Increasingly, health care leaders are recognizing that proficiency in conflict management and dispute resolution is an essential part of their executive "toolbox.
With a little investigation, you might learn that your firm is one of the growing number of companies that have instituted an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) program.