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Recording: Originally broadcast 26 April 2018

All too often, dispute resolution clauses may be treated as part of the boilerplate: the usual wording thrown in, with perhaps little thought for the particular circumstances.

But the question of how a dispute will be resolved – whether by litigation or arbitration, where and under what law – may make all the difference to whether or not you will be able to enforce your rights under the contract. So it is important to think about these matters at the outset. Once a dispute has arisen, it will generally be too late. 

In this webinar we considered choice of law and jurisdiction/arbitration clauses, as well as clauses providing for mediation or other forms of ADR, and provided some practical tips on their use.

If you would like to rthe recording ofthis event or access other webinars in the Contract Disputes Practical Guides please contact us.

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