ADR in Employment Cases: Choosing the Right Arbiter
How times have changed. Not so long ago, courts and litigants were unreceptive to alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Now parties make much more use of these alternatives to litigation. Steven Adler, Chair of the Employment Law Department of Cole Schotz recently had an article on the subject published in the MArch 28, 2011 issue of the New Jersey Law Journal. Click here to read the article.
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