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Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution.

The parties can refer their matter to an Arbitrator who has expert knowledge in building disputes and the Arbitrator will review the evidence presented and will reach a decision which both parties will be bound by. This decision will be enforceable if the Parties fail to adhere to the decision reached.

Many individuals consider arbitration as a straight forward and cost effective approach to litigation.

Commercial and Employment Update

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We recently circulated our Commercial and Employment Update containing the following articles and news: What you don't know can't hurt you? The employment tribunal thinks otherwise Why bother with a shareholders' agreement? Was...

Limited Discretion to Depart from Part 36 costs convention

Michelle Ogunlaja
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Recently in the case of Tuson v Murphy, the Court of Appeal overturned the decision of the High Court which had ordered that the Claimant should pay legal costs going back a previous year and a half, to when she purportedly began to mislead the Defendant...