Courts don’t hold monopoly on dispute resolution, lawyers say

Courts don’t hold monopoly on dispute resolution, lawyers say

With courts at a virtual standstill and an ever-increasing backlog of cases, local lawyers are suggesting this is a good time to embrace alternative approaches to reaching resolutions in conflicts.

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