Weighing Up Litigation, Arbitration and MediationPrint publication
First published in Corporate Disputes Magazine Apr-Jun 2022 edition. To read the full edition visit here.
Commercial parties have an increasing number of options available to them when things go wrong, and they end up in dispute. While court litigation and arbitration are the two traditional routes chosen to resolve commercial disputes, there are various ‘alternative’ options, including mediation, that are typically deployed either before commencing litigation or arbitration or once that formal process is already on foot. By engaging in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) at an early stage where appropriate, parties may be able to avoid the time and cost of litigating or arbitrating altogether.
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