Alternative to What?

Alternative Dispute Resolution or “ADR” is traditionally thought of as an “alternative” to litigation: ways of resolving legal disputes that are generally considered to be simpler, quicker and less expensive. But with many states requiring some kind of ADR after a lawsuit has been filed as a way of attempting to settle cases before trial, ADR is quickly changing from “Alternative” Dispute Resolution to “Additive” Dispute Resolution.    Read the article……….


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