Dispute Resolution Practices Survey for Corporate Counsel
in Collaboration with CEDR
CPR is excited to announce its inaugural dispute resolution practices annual survey, created in collaboration with the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR), for in-house and corporate counsel—the first in a series of surveys designed to gather, and then share, qualitative information on how in-house counsel are utilizing ADR to resolve disputes. Topics covered include best practices, what ADR techniques in-house counsel have found to be most effective and what challenges in-house counsel face when using ADR.
As you know, the confidential nature of dispute resolution has often served as an impediment to the collection of hard data that can serve as the foundation for ADR process improvements. Your perspectives are critical to the value of this survey, which is intended to provide respondents with much broader access to information and analyses regarding dispute resolution practices and concerns than is normally available. CPR and CEDR will aggregate and anonymize all data collected. Results will be shared with the participants of the survey, as well as with the broader ADR community.
Please share this survey with all of those members of the in-house legal team within your company--or in-house counsel among your contacts--who play a role in corporate dispute resolution processes. Responses must be received by midnight EDT on September 30, 2017