Alternative Dispute Resolution Lawyer ( ADR ) :
The process which helps in resolving disputes between parties without going through the process of litigation can be known as Alternative Dispute Resolution. ADR is a quick process which involves less time and money consuming where on the other hand court proceedings are more time and money consuming.
Legeazy International Advocate is known as one of the best Alternative Dispute Resolution Lawyer In Uttar Pradesh / Delhi.
Court has power to review the legality of the method which is used as Alternative Dispute Resolution, but court has power to set aside the decisions of the dispute settlement.
However, if the parties want to resolve the dispute by the way of Alternative Dispute Resolution then it is necessary to take the consent of the parties. Therefore, the Alternative Dispute Resolution is called “Party Autonomy”.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) includes:
Role of Alternate Dispute Resolution Lawyer :
- Provide the amicable and fair settlement of disputes.
- Expert in using the skills of Mediator, Negotiator & Conciliator.
- Create win -win situation to party in disputes.
- To take parties in dispute under confidence.
- Behavioral Skills: To feel like no stranger to parties.
- Try to understand the demand of the parties in dispute.
- Should be aware with the situations, priorities & the best interest of the parties in dispute.
NRI Service In Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR):
- International exposure i.e. Educational as well as Professional.
- Forecast the complexity for NRI Clients in disputes related matters as per international exposure.
- Cross Border Contracts viz a viz. Civil & Commercial Disputes countries like United Kingdom (U.K.), United State of America (USA), Canada, EUROPE, Australia (AUS), New Zealand (NZ), Singapore, South Africa, UAE and Russia.
- Effective strategy to deal with disputes ranging from Individuals to Commercial, Industrial clashes.
Area Generally Where The ADR Apply :
- Civil & Commercial.
- Corporate & Real Estate.
- Online/Offline dispute resolution.
- Shipping & Naval.
- Energy & Mining.
- Breach of Agreements.
- Government Contracts.
- Anti-Trust & Trade regulations.
- Construction & Infrastructure.
- Media & Entertainment.
- Telecommunication & IT.
- Domestic and International Arbitration.