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DLA Piper And The Centre For Effective Dispute Resolution Collaborate On Business And Human Rights Mediation Initiative

Wednesday, 30th January 2020

"DLA Piper is working with the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution, and a core task force of collaborators, to establish a mediation facility to support the effective resolution of disputes in the business and human rights arena. Access to remedy for business and human rights impacts is a key concern for affected stakeholders. A lack of access to remedy can also be a key risk for businesses, investors and other corporate stakeholders leading to financial, reputational and legal consequences.

Mediation is an effective means of providing resolution of business and human rights disputes because of its inherent flexibility and responsiveness. This also means that it is well suited to ensure respect for human rights not just in the substance of the resolution but in the process by which disputes are resolved. As set out in the CEDR Steering Committee proposal for development of a mediation facility, some of the key strengths of mediation include:

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Web-link: http://www.mondaq.com/uk/Litigation-Mediation-Arbitration/887378/DLA-Piper-And-T...
Source: DLA Piper
Language: English
Contact: Sarah Ellington and Daniel D'Ambrosio


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