| Commentary

81.4 ‘Feeling good’

| Commentary

81.4 ‘Feeling good’

ADR is generally conducted in a less hostile environment than traditional forms of dispute resolution. This helps parties to reach a settlement which both can feel good about and in which neither feels that they have been defeated. Preservation of good will may be particularly important where the disputing parties have an ongoing relationship, for example a joint venture or franchising agreement.

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