Cal. Litig. 2018, Volume 31, Number 3

What Is Neutral-Driven Dispute Resolution (NDR) And When Do I Need It?

By Rob Christopher & Sonya Sigler

The face of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has been changing in recent years with the addition of online dispute resolution and other innovations for use by litigators. One innovation is Neutral-Driven Dispute Resolution (NDR), a potential solution for limited stakes disputes which, if not settled quickly, will cost more to litigate, arbitrate or mediate than they are worth to the parties. This article explores what NDR is and isn’t, where it makes sense and doesn’t, and what it can mean to you.

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What is NDR? Where does it come from?

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