Defining Partiality

Defining Partiality

How to define partiality? Within the alternative dispute resolution sphere, the word partiality, or more commonly impartiality, is used often, but for some new to the field, it can be difficult to define.  I t often feels like a type of action that would normally be easily identifiable, but in the world of alternative dispute …

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The Arbitrability of Intellectual Property Disputes

Arbitration offers many advantages in addressing and resolving disputes, specifically intellectual property disputes.Among these advantages are: – party control (the parties retain control of the process and issues to be decided to a greater degree than if the matter was submitted to the courts), – certainty of forum (the risks of inconsistent results can be …

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Arbitrating Employment Disputes 

Employment arbitration statistics show that arbitration is on the rise as a mechanism to resolve employment disputes.  However, this process has received criticism from employees and those who protect them because it can provide an unfair advantage to employers and may remove the rights of employees to use the courts to resolve their dispute.  The …

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What are Four Types of Out of Court Settlements?

Out-of-court settlements are becoming a common goal in a variety of disputes.  Due to the amount of time and energy that is required to take a dispute through litigation, many businesses, and parties, in general, are turning to alternative dispute resolution to keep issues out of the courts.  But many people are unaware of the …

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Responding to the Types of Workplace Conflict

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