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The term "Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)" referes to any method of settling disputes outside of litigation. It typically includes arbitration, mediation and negotiation. This Research Guide will provide the user with basic information and resources about ADR and its various methods of dispute resolution. Click a link below to get started.
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|Websites:||Use to locate associations, government agencies and other websites|
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