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Strikes will be history: Labour committee introduces dispute resolution Bill
Wednesday, 8th February 2018

"The Labour and Welfare committee is working on a Bill on alternative dispute resolution mechanisms that could end industrial action.

Chinese traders sign deal to fasten resolution of disputes with Kenyans
Wednesday, 8th February 2018

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Judiciary proposes mandatory mediation before court option
Wednesday, 18th January 2018

"The Judiciary is in talks with other stakeholders over the possible introduction of mediation as a mandatory primary step in handling civil disputes before they are filed in court.

Legal expert Dr Kariuki Muigua appointed to NEMA Tribunal
Monday, 26th December 2017


PCEA leaders want Sh40m case settled out of court
Saturday, 5th November 2017

"The leadership of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) now wants a case in which it has sued ex-moderator David Gathanju and four former employees for allegedly stealing close to Sh40 million settled out of court.

Dispute resolution: Judiciary mints money from election petitions
Thursday, 8th September 2017

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Use mediation for win-win outcome in company disputes
Sunday, 4th September 2017

No deadline extension for nominations disputes resolution - IEBC
Tuesday, 26th July 2017

"IEBC will not extend the deadline for the conclusion of party primaries disputes, it said in a statement on Tuesday.The d...

Chief Justice pushes for out-of-court dispute resolution
Thursday, 14th July 2017

"The Judiciary has asked Kenyans to embrace alternative dispute resolution to ease congestion in courts and prisons.

Judiciary anticipates more petitions in August polls than in 2013
Wednesday, 6th July 2017

"he Judiciary anticipates that there will be more elections petitions filed after the August 8 polls as compared to those filed in 2013.

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