Adr Clause for Learning Team Charter

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Yenesis Ruiz

Law 531

July 26, 2010

ADR Clause for Learning Team Charter

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Clause for Learning Team can be used to solve conflicts within class members by coming up with results for all team members. A conflict can occur when not respecting Learning Team’s rules to complete the assigned tasks. Some conflicts that can happen between team members will not go directly to ADR if the team tries to work thorough the conflict and after 48 hours still no final result then the team can use the ADR methods. ADR uses mostly two type of process to resolve disagreements/conflicts these processes are: mediation and arbitration.

 If a dispute occurs between team members, and these members agree to take part of meditation with a third party to assist which should be chosen by the other members of the team. The mediations intent is to resolve problems by communicating with help from the third party which is the mediator. The mediation consists of listening to all sides and have an unbiased person listen the dispute, also mediations is to attempt to reach an agreement between all parties. Mediation has no procedures that have to be followed and the mediator does not have the right to force any decision or have force the parties to come to an agreement. The members who are part of the dispute are not required to attain the process.

The goal of mediation is to facilitate the resolution before becoming the formal issue in Learning Team and affecting other members of the team. If necessary the written consent is required by the Learning Team members to reduce further personal conflicts. The mediation in learning team can choose a neutral mediator among team members who can help to resolve the personal conflicts between parties and attempt to reach a voluntary agreement.

Clause 1. The mediation is a non-binding procedure when not agreed by parties, however, once agreed and documented by parties becomes binding and can be...