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Formalising ordinary legal disputes: a case study

Henry Prakken
2008 Artificial Intelligence and Law  
This paper presents a formal reconstruction of a Dutch civil legal case in Prakken's formal model of adjudication dialogues.  ...  to learn about the process of formalising an actual legal dispute.  ...  about the process of formalising an actual legal dispute.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10506-008-9069-1 fatcat:w2muza456raxtauoiuz2ssbtcu

Arbitration of Matrimonial Property Disputes

John Wade
1999 Bond Law Review  
This article will address the area of arbitration of matrimonial property disputes.  ...  (6) Both parties contract to pay all legal costs of the other side if either fails to co-operate in formalising the freelance award.  ...  This is a different task weeks or months after the award. (10) An attempt to educate the legal profession for future cases on the arbitrator's level of competence; degree of expertise; values; expectations  ... 
doi:10.53300/001c.5337 fatcat:lxvcqfuikbf57jbarhg3woourm

Possibilities for the Application of Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods in the Administrative Procedure

Balázs Hohmann
2018 European Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies  
current and future legal solutions in administartive cases often involving parties with adverse interests.  ...  The publication of this scientific paper supported by the the Ministry of Justice (Hungary) in the program of increasing of the quality of Hungarian legal studies.  ...  Naturally, in terms of public administration and, more specifically, administrative proceedings, it means a lot more a reduction in the exhaustion of legal remedies, the final resolution of a case in first  ... 
doi:10.26417/ejms.v3i4.p90-98 fatcat:tra7bzyy7jdxle2yoq3vnr5r74

Bluetooth Hacking: A Case Study

Dennis Browning, Gary Kessler
2009 Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law  
However, with all of this legal support the plaintiff must make a prima facia case to the court of each and every element of the cause of action.  ...  The volume of ESI created discovery issues that had not existed when legal cases dealt with only paper documents. 2.  ...  The proceedings are published on a non-profit basis.  ... 
doi:10.15394/jdfsl.2009.1058 fatcat:cm7mvnadpzdthhitft5boixn5i

ecessity as the Mother of Trail Blazing: Applying Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms to Political Party Disputes in Africa

Andrew I. Chukwuemerie
2009 Journal of Politics and Law  
The declaration of rights and liabilities -which is the only thing a Court can do in trying to resolve any dispute -is ineffective for such disputes.  ...  To be able to continue working together for the interest of their political party or country, persons involved in a political dispute need to have the root cause of the dispute removed and their pre-dispute  ...  Dispute Resolution Mechanisms (ADRs) (Note 1) in Africa, using Nigeria as a case study.  ... 
doi:10.5539/jpl.v2n4p121 fatcat:ch2np6pyorcahbd7gptjpkzlda

Law, land, development and narrative: a case-study from the South Pacific

Sue Farran
2010 International Journal of Law in Context  
This article explores a primary source of legal studies, case-law, as a form of narrative in the context of indigenous land rights, and considers how this narrative negotiates pre-colonial land claims  ...  Its case-study is the South Pacific island country of Vanuatu, a small-island, leastdeveloped, nation-state, where laws introduced under Anglo-French colonial administration are still retained and sit  ...  and narrative: a case-study from the south pacific 13 Mata v.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1744552309990279 fatcat:r2flazznmnedncydccavhxax7a

Africa: Alternative Dispute Resolution in a Comparative Perspective

Nokukhanya Ntuli
2018 Conflict Studies Quarterly  
a new concept coming from developed countries.  ...  In many African countries, attempts to address poor access to justice, have led to the promotion of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), in the form of mediation, negotiation and arbitration.  ...  On the other hand, in comparison with the ordinary courts, the most highlighted indicators are the 86.7% reduction of time spent to settle cases, an 84.2% reduction of economic costs of cases in cell and  ... 
doi:10.24193/csq.22.3 fatcat:bgfqio5q7vbidbmfog4ponv4km

Amicable settlement between the disputed parties in a criminal matter: an appraisal of mediation as a method of alternative dispute resolution with special reference to Sri Lanka

M. A. D. S. J. S. Niriella
2016 Sri Lanka Journal of Social Sciences  
This study examines the merits and demerits of today's mediation process as a form of alternative dispute resolution mechanism in criminal cases while discussing main features of alternative dispute resolution  ...  The study found that of these disputes, approximately 325,000 disputes were successfully resolved making a settlement rate of 64%.  ...  Disputes may be brought to the Mediation Board directly by the disputants (section 6.1) or referred by the police or the court (section 8). 5.  ... 
doi:10.4038/sljss.v39i1.7399 fatcat:q2mlvtsyzfbybeqmjy7rxegjpu

Problem-Solving Justice and Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Italian Legal Context

Giuliana Romualdi
2019 Utrecht Law Review  
authorities, with the task of settling the dispute by applying the rule of law to a specific case.  ...  For a long time in labour and social security disputes, the parties have been required to make a mandatory proceeding before bringing a case to court.  ... 
doi:10.18352/ulr.468 fatcat:slkb3ej5gzcmlc6gjavj24yolq

The potentials and limitations of tax dispute prevention and alternative resolution mechanisms

Polonca Kovač
2019 Zbornik Pravnog Fakulteta Sveučilišta u Rijeci  
In addition to theoretical frameworks and types of dispute prevention and resolution mechanisms studied by means of scientific literature review, legal sources analysis and comparative insights, the paper  ...  This also derives from the legal acts of the EU and the Council of Europe.  ...  According to international case law, "a dispute is a disagreement on a point of law or a fact, a conflict of legal views or of interests between two persons." 13 A dispute is not necessarily a hostile  ... 
doi:10.30925/zpfsr.39.4.3 fatcat:6g5vpgv4nrdn7mzdp2s2hv633i

Fomenters of Strife, Gladiatorial Champions or Something Else Entirely? Lawyers and Family Dispute Resolution

Becky Batagol
2008 QUT Law Review  
To support this position, this article utilises data from a pre-reform study of family mediation to demonstrate how legal advice around family mediation may operate to provide a protective safety net for  ...  Non-adversarial approaches can be described as a range of processes used to resolve disputes away from the courts and processes used by courts which adopt a problem-solving approach. 2  ...  Information was collected on 22 cases although the study centred around eight richly detailed case studies -mediating couples, their mediators and any legal advisers they had. 66 Of these eight cases,  ... 
doi:10.5204/qutlr.v8i1.61 fatcat:ubu67feadjbstelrcuzexdsiyi

Effecetiveness of Labour Court in Labour Dispute Management in Zimbabwe

Admore Myambo, Takawira Munyanyi
2017 International Journal of Social and Administrative Sciences  
A dispute has been defined by Brand et al. (1997) as a highly formalised manifestation of conflict in relation to workplace related matters which may include the failure to address a grievance.  ...  He defines resolved cases to mean those legal actions that were finalized by the respective Labour Courts during the above study year, and they were resolved through trial, settlement or withdrawal.  ...  Contributors/Acknowledgement: Both authors contributed equally to the conception and design of the study.  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.136.2017.21.15.30 fatcat:os5ulijllfhijmnhv2ufqemk4i

Consensual Dispute Resolution in the Damage Directive. Implementation in CEE Countries

Małgorzata Modzelewska de Raad
2017 Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies  
It presents these type of claims in a broader context of arbitration (or ADR), in comparison with traditional claim settling before a state court.  ...  This paper discusses the use of consensual dispute resolution for the purpose of antitrust damage claims as introduced by the Directive.  ...  This paper discusses first: the legal background of claims with a competition law element in ADR (and in particular -in arbitration); second: advantages of this type of dispute resolution, third: institutions  ... 
doi:10.7172/1689-9024.yars.2017.10.15.3 fatcat:tqnzqfqv6vcexa323mdeqkpso4

Who demands collective action in an imperfect institutional environment? A case study of the profession of advocates in Russia

Anton Kazun, Andrei Yakovlev
2017 Journal of Eurasian Studies  
collective actions advocacy legal ethics lawyer associations quality of law enforcement system violations of the rights of defendants A B S T R A C T We analyse the profession of criminal defence lawyers  ...  In 2013, we conducted a survey of 372 advocates in 9 regions of Russia.  ...  Acknowledgements The article was prepared within the framework of the Basic Research Program at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE) and supported within the framework of a  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.euras.2016.08.001 fatcat:3a4l6qnuwrd4pdbkz2puufrj2a

Is social cohesion relevant to a city in the global South? A case study of Khayelitsha township

Vanessa Barolsky
2016 South African Crime Quarterly  
a normative conception of a formalised city and the self-regulating, economic-rational actor.  ...  the study.  ... 
doi:10.17159/2413-3108/2016/v0n55a753 fatcat:26i5a4wszbeb5mqsszhgp42mja
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