Settlement and ADR
Resources for Settlement and Alternative Dispute Resolution from Thomson Reuters
Settlement and ADR resources
Get the perfect starting point when considering Settlement and ADR
Practical Law's toolkit on settlement sets out clearly the factors you may need to consider in deciding whether and when to settle. The toolkit includes resources which provide an overview of settlement and of the various ADR mechanisms, as well as documents on the relevant factors in deciding whether and when to settle, the tax implications of settlement and how to go about enforcing a settlement.
Practice Notes, Checklists and Matter Maps
Practical Law practice notes and checklists cover all civil procedure topics, including alternative dispute resolution (ADR); from pre-action to appeals and enforcement. They can help you consider the key benefits and drawbacks of ADR and decide which ADR mechanism may be the most appropriate in your case.
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Cross-Border Resource Centre
At Thomson Reuters, we know that cross-border matters are complex and can be hugely challenging and risky for businesses and their legal advisors. Practical Law’s cross-border resource centre delivers the tools and guidance you need to work with confidence across borders. The service features an intuitive dashboard to help you navigate complexity and risk in cross-border matters, live user polls and surveys to help you keep on top of market practice and over 400 maintained resources covering key cross-border topics.
The White Book brings you all the latest guidance on Civil Procedure. It contains the sources of law relating to the practice and procedures of the High Court and the County Court for the handling of civil litigation, subject to the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR). These sources are supplemented by substantial and comprehensive expert commentary.
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Settlement and ADR Resources
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