Form of alternative dispute resolution - element of the tort, Business Law and Ethics

Most legal conflicts are settled outside of court, frequently using some sort of dispute resolution. There are times when a party cannot take a case to court until they have made an attempt to resolve the case using mediation or arbitration. Do you agree with mandatory arbitration or mediation? In what situations is alternative dispute resolution advisable? Are there situations where you think that alternative dispute resolution should not be mandatory? Have you had any experiences with any form of alternative dispute resolution? If so, how would you evaluate the experience and would you use it again?

 

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