This comment is divided into five parts. Part I examines the nature of the mini-trial-its unique and attractive features. Part II inquires into the minitrial's suitability for resolving certain types of disputes. Part III describes how the mini-trial meets the needs of corporate parties to a dispute while benefiting the public. Part IV addresses the validity of general ADRM criticism as applied to the mini-trial. Finally, Part V offers a conclusion on the propriety of the mini-trial for resolving corporate disputes.
Lewis D. Barr,
Whose Dispute Is this Anyway: The Propriety of the Mini-Trial in Promoting Corporate Dispute Resolution,
1987 J. Disp. Resol.
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