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    I have outlined the two ADR's and given some information about how each is different as a process and as a focus in dispute resolution. Please add information and examples from your class.

    Both of these are Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). However they differ in many ways, in process and in resolution.

    Mediation is a third party method of finding resolution for disputes. The disputing parties meet with a third person, neutral party. The process includes a discussion where both sides present their stories. Clarification of issues is guided by the mediator and problems are discussed. Once the issues are clarified, the parties then discuss the solution possibilities. This is ...

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    The expert examines the process of medication and arbitration.