Private Dispute Prevention and Resolution Processes
Private dispute prevention and resolution processes (DPR) are used on a voluntary basis and offer a way to prevent and resolve disputes in a non-judicial context. The use of a DPR process enables the parties to be involved in the resolution process and ensures the parties have control on the settlement’s purpose while maintaining a strict confidential environment. In the event the dispute is brought before the courts, information disclosed during a DPR meeting cannot be used in court, thereby fostering communication between the parties. This approach applies to both a natural person or a corporate entity.
Our team of dedicated professionals will gladly help you through the following private dispute prevention and resolution processes:
– Settlement conferences
Legal Process (hard-line approach)
In your opinion, the judgment you recently received contains deficiencies? Or the procedure you followed pertaining to the private dispute prevention and resolution process (DPR) have failed? We understand the situation you are in.
Our team of legal experts are there to provide guidance, support and counsel during the various stages of the judicial process:
– First instance
– Revocation of judgment
– Review of judgment
And so much more!