ADR in 2020
In this hour-long webinar, our disputes experts discuss the present state of ADR in 2020, exploring all the recent developments that practitioners should be aware of, and looking ahead to possible changes on the horizon. Topics covered include:
- Forms of ADR – a reminder
- Hogan Lovells’ experience of ADR
- What makes a good mediator?
- Court’s attitude to ADR and how it approaches ADR issues
- Should ADR be made compulsory?
- Recent developments – failure to engage and costs consequences
- The future of ADR
This webinar was originally due to have been broadcast live on 28 April. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is now being recorded. Anyone who has registered for the live broadcast will be emailed a link to enable them to view it on demand.
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