Core values of the rule of law of ‘alternative’ dispute resolution

Core values of the rule of law of ‘alternative’ dispute resolution

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Summary

The main research question in this report is if the core values of the rule of law are sufficiently upheld in current forms of out-of-court or ‘alternative’ dispute resolution (ADR), and which benchmarks or indicators may be identified to determine whether these guarantees need to be strengthened. These last decades, ADR has become an important part of the Dutch justice system. Arbitration, the oldest form of ADR, has long been a part of corporate dispute resolution. Both other types of ADR – mediation and binding third party ruling – have emerged more recently, pressing the need for this very research.

Publication data

Author(s):
Bauw, E., Kluiver, C.C. de, Simon Thomas, M.A., Woude, W. van der, Brenninkmeijer, A.F.M., Mourik, J. van
Organization(s):
University Utrecht - Montaigne Centre for Judicial Administration and Conflict Resolution , WODC
Place of publication:
Utrecht
Publisher:
University Utrecht - Montaigne Centre for Judicial Administration and Conflict Resolution
Year of publication:
2017

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