ADR faces challenges in LatAm labour conflicts

ADR faces challenges in LatAm labour conflicts Alexandre Cardoso, Erik Rodriguez, Juan Carlos de la Vega, Paulina Miranda and Alvaro Aguilar-Saborío

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods for resolving employment conflicts out-of-court have met with varying degrees of success across Latin America, but lack of recognition by courts, opposition from the legal community and reluctance from clients are holding the practice back.

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