Private ADR Courts
Set up your Private ADR Court.
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The Private Court
$200 per year.
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The Private Court +
$500 per year.
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Setting up a private court for dispute resolution is a unique approach where a neutral professional establishes their own independent forum to provide alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services. Here is a description of the process and benefits of setting up a private court for dispute resolution:
Establishing the Private Court: The neutral professional takes the initiative to create their own private court, which can be a physical space or a virtual platform dedicated to facilitating the resolution of disputes. This involves setting up the necessary infrastructure, technology, and administrative processes to handle the cases effectively.
Designing the Rules and Procedures: The neutral professional develops their own rules and procedures for conducting the dispute resolution process within their private court. These rules outline the guidelines and principles that govern the proceedings, ensuring fairness, efficiency, and adherence to the applicable laws.
Selecting Neutrals: As the founder of the private court, the neutral professional may appoint other qualified neutrals to join their panel. These neutrals can have expertise in various areas, allowing the private court to handle a wide range of disputes and provide specialized services to parties seeking resolution.
Parties' Agreement to Use the Private Court: To utilize the services of the private court, parties involved in a dispute must voluntarily agree to submit their case to this particular forum. This agreement may be reached through contractual provisions, pre-dispute agreements, or mutual consent after a dispute has arisen.
Case Management: The private court's administrative team, overseen by the neutral professional, manages the case intake, scheduling, and coordination of proceedings. They ensure that the dispute resolution process runs smoothly, from the initial filing to the final resolution, and provide support to the parties and the appointed neutrals throughout the process.
Customized Dispute Resolution Services: The private court can offer a range of dispute resolution services tailored to the specific needs of the parties. This may include mediation, arbitration, early neutral evaluation, or hybrid processes, depending on the nature of the dispute and the preferences of the parties involved.
Flexibility and Efficiency: By operating independently, the private court has the flexibility to adapt its processes and procedures to suit the unique requirements of each case. This flexibility allows for more efficient and timely resolution of disputes, ensuring that the parties' needs are addressed effectively.
Confidentiality and Privacy: The private court can prioritize confidentiality and privacy, providing a secure environment for parties to discuss sensitive matters without the concerns of public exposure. The rules and procedures of the private court can incorporate strict confidentiality provisions, offering a confidential setting for dispute resolution.
Expertise and Specialization: The neutral professional, as the founder of the private court, can leverage their expertise and experience in the specific field of dispute resolution. This specialization can attract parties seeking a neutral with in-depth knowledge of the subject matter and industry-specific practices.
Neutrality and Impartiality: The private court ensures that all neutrals involved in the dispute resolution process maintain neutrality and impartiality. This commitment to fairness and unbiased decision-making builds trust among the parties and enhances the legitimacy of the private court.
Setting up a private court for dispute resolution provides an alternative avenue for parties seeking efficient and customized resolution of their disputes. It empowers the neutral professional to create a forum that aligns with their vision, expertise, and commitment to providing high-quality and effective dispute resolution services.