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Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

Alternative Dispute Resolution

2020

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The Use Of Alternative Dispute Resolution To Reduce The Perception Of Partiality In The Courts, In Order To Encourage International Entrepreneurship In Countries With National Ownership Requirements, Daniela Romagnoli Oct 2020

The Use Of Alternative Dispute Resolution To Reduce The Perception Of Partiality In The Courts, In Order To Encourage International Entrepreneurship In Countries With National Ownership Requirements, Daniela Romagnoli

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Countries that require international entrepreneurs to have a national partner (national ownership requirements (NOR)) in order to open up a new venture within their borders, run the risk of becoming less desirable to do business in. One reason for this is that some investors and international entrepreneurs may be wary of possible conflict being solved in a court system that shows a positive bias towards its citizens. This paper looks at the experiences of five international entrepreneurs involved in small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) in Kenya and explores how their experiences have become a warning to others who see potential …


Resolving Disputes Before They Decant: An Alternative Dispute Resolution System For Growers And Wine Producers, Savannah Billingham-Hemminger Jul 2020

Resolving Disputes Before They Decant: An Alternative Dispute Resolution System For Growers And Wine Producers, Savannah Billingham-Hemminger

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Israeli Perspectives On Alternative Dispute Resolution And Justice, Omer Shapira Feb 2020

Israeli Perspectives On Alternative Dispute Resolution And Justice, Omer Shapira

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Israel is a highly litigious country with an overburdened legal system infected with delays. In addition, Israeli society is highly diversified and saturated with social disagreements and rifts between groups. This article identifies two concepts of justice in ADR discourse in Israel—Justice as Efficiency and Justice Beyond Efficiency—and illustrates their application in the context of several ADR developments in the court system, community mediation, the education system, environmental conflicts, and complaints against public bodies. Using these visions of justice, the article explores the justice goals of ADR in Israel, assesses whether they have been achieved, and considers the future of …