CPR’s rules and clauses offer a proprietary self-administered and an administered process that empowers parties to expedite conflict resolution, control the process, and minimize costs.
CPR protocols and guidelines provide effective solutions to arbitration users and practitioners, as well as arbitrators.
CPR's model clauses provide specific sample language that can be used, as relevant, in specific situations. CPR's clause selection and completion tools can help you determine the appropriate clauses for your exact needs.
Through the thought leadership of its numerous committees, CPR has created several helpful ADR manuals and guides. A full list can be found in the CPR Store, under News & Publications.
CPR's pledges not only offer a means to change the culture of litigation that has pervaded corporate America, but help to fulfill CPR's mission to drive a global culture of thoughtful dispute resolution.
Toolkits are one of CPR's many valuable members-only resources, designed to provide a full range of guidelines and approaches to dispute resolution that can be modified to meet your specific needs and include checklists that provide outlines of essential steps.
PDFs - CPR Institute was an ICANN provider from 2000-2006. Pursuant to ICANN Policy 4(j), ICANN Rule 16(b), and CPR Rule 11, the decision of any case determined by a CPR Arbitrator is posted at this site.
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Additional CPR resources can be found here, or in CPR's Store (Under "News & Publications")
Go global with CPR, with resources -- such as the European Mediation & ADR Guide -- translated into a number of different languages.