Benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution

Legal problems don’t have to be long, arduous legal battles. Contemplate the many alternatives to problem resolutions; ADR, or Alternative Dispute Resolution, is the term used to describe various methods to assist in solving your legal problems that do not involve courtroom time.

ADR includes different methods outside of court proceedings that still result in legally binding agreements. Alternative resolutions that the Council can provide are:

  • Arbitration
  • Mediation

Why use Alternative Dispute Resolution?

  • Smaller legal fees
  • No pointless time delays – months to years with legal procedures
  • Clear directives for decision-making
  • Emphasis on conciliation between parties
  • Resolves quarrels without resorting to court litigation
  • Assists to build successful relations
  • Services are private, confidential and without prejudgment
  • Your lawyer can still advise you
  • Helps parties reach their own solutions
  • The process is solution driven and allows for creativity
  • Leads to co-operation & win-win settlements

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(Coronavirus Pandemic)

Notice Date: 30th March 2020

The health and safety of our staff and contractors are of paramount importance. As such all ITC staff have been advised to work from home for the next 30 days and avoid all non-essential travel. This may reduce accessibility of staff via phone but, pending individual internet issues, most trade commissioners should be accessible via email.

The Council’s IT infrastructure systems are redundant and we use tried and tested collaborative tools that allow full remote working for all staff and contractors. As we use an IP-based phone system, all of our contact details will remain the same.

All webinars, conferences and trade missions are temporarily paused pending the end of the 30 day home quarantine period. The Trade Mission to Malta, Trade Mission to Estonia and Trade Mission to Finland are being re-scheduled for August 2020. Pending any major changes in the current Pandemic situation, Trade Commissioners should update attendees within the next 45 days.

All accounting functions and non-trade-related functions are temporarily paused for the 30 day home quarantine period.

The Council recommends all businesses follow the WHO guidelines which give some useful practical advice for workplaces.

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