Alternate Dispute Resolution for Injury Cases [Invited Speaker]
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AbstractPersons suffering from injuries as result of mishaps are going through a period of trauma. Litigation as a means of resolving the disputes might not offer all the remedies that the claimants want. Moreover, the process of litigation is lengthy and can be very painful for both parties. Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) such as arbitration can be an option not only for speedy resolution but also both parties would agree on issues to be arbitrated and selection of arbitrator(s) with expertise for the disputed matters. Confidentiality also minimises undue stress and anxiety. There is a concern regarding process of justice without formal judicial procedure. Jurisdictions like Australia and Hong Kong have systems of law protecting public interest. They would be very appropriate places to make greater use of ADR in resolving disputes on injuries.
All Author(s) ListAlbert Lee
Name of ConferenceACLM 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting: Personal Injury Law
Start Date of Conference20/10/2018
End Date of Conference21/10/2018
Place of ConferenceSydney
Country/Region of ConferenceAustralia
LanguagesEnglish-United States

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