Learn about: Dispute Resolution

Sometimes it's in the best interests of all parties involved to settle matters outside of court, and by doing so, you may save lots of time, money and stress. FindLaw can put you in contact with many different lawyers who specialise in dispute resolution and can help you resolve the issue at hand.


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Lawyer’s Guide To The Commercial Dispute Resolution Process In Court

Date: 27 Jan 2017, Filed under: Dispute Resolution

Most people see the commercial dispute resolution process in Court as mysterious, bewildering and complex. So I’ve put together the following Lawyer’s...

What are my rights if I feel my lawyer has overcharged me for my matter?

Date: 30 May 2014, Filed under: Dispute Resolution, Compensation Law, Criminal Law Matters, Litigation and dispute resolution, Alternative Dispute Resolution

The majority of people working within the legal profession are undoubtedly ethical and will represent the needs of their clients to the best of their abilities....

Rights and interests under contracts of insurance

Date: 21 May 2012, Filed under: Dispute Resolution, Insurance

Until now, litigation arising from motor vehicle collisions also known as ‘Crash ‘n’ Bash’ litigation instigated more often than not, by the Insurer of...

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Dispute resolution requirements for traditional trustee company services: ASIC

Date: 20 Sep 2010, Filed under: Dispute Resolution

ASIC has released a consultation paper to facilitate public consultation on dispute resolution requirements for trustee companies providing traditi...

Vic: New evidence laws to save cost for businesses

Date: 24 Jun 2008, Filed under: Dispute Resolution

Victorian Attorney-General, Rob Hulls, said the new Evidence Act, introduced into State Parliament, will cut red tape and potentially save Victorians about...

Labor calls for long-term plan for federal courts

Date: 06 Sep 2006, Filed under: Dispute Resolution, Administrative Law

Shadow Attorney-General Nicola Roxon has criticised the government over its management of the federal courts, claiming it lacks "a long-term plan for dealing...

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