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    Alternative Dispute Resolution Explanation

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    Describe 1 to 2 benefits and 1 to 2 risks of each of the three alternative dispute resolution methods: negotiations, mediation, and arbitration between the stakeholders. Support your description with specific examples.

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    The benefits of negotiation are that it is most flexible form and involves only those parties with an interest in the matter and their representatives. Negotiation allows an interest based approach, is voluntary and does not involve third parties.
    The risk of negotiation is that unequal power can lead to unsatisfactory outcomes. If there are limits to negotiating ...

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    This posting gives you a step-by-step explanation of benefits and risks of three alternative dispute resolution techniques. The response also contains the sources used.