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KluwerArbitrationBlog

27 Feb 2015
by Paul Taggart

Dispute Boards as Pre-Arbitration Tools: Recent Developments and Practical Considerations

Introduction Initially created as a tool for construction contracts, a dispute board may be defined as an intermediate dispute resolution mechanism established at the outset of the project and remaining in place until the end thereof whereby board members, with …
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KluwerMediationBlog

26 Feb 2015
by Ian Macduff

Changing the architecture of justice: ODR, dispute resolution and design.

In his 1956 text, The Queen’s Courts, Sir Peter Archer suggested that the development of the Courts was more organic than by design, and – though he doesn’t say as much – more pragmatic than principled. He calls on Topsy’s …

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