DID YOU KNOW?
Article 7 of the NCC-DRC 2019 Mediation Rules Provides that:
“Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, all information relating to mediation proceedings shall be kept confidential, except where disclosure is required under the law or for the purpose of implementation or enforcement of the settlement agreement.”
Abuja Chamber of Commerce Dispute Resolution Centre (ACCI-DRC) today launched a mentorship programme on ADR to enable Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) enthusiasts (mentee) to apply the theoretical knowledge gained during ADR trainings practically to resolve disputes. Centre during the six weeks
ACCI-DRC designed a Mentorship Program that enables experienced ADR Experts (mentors) to help young ADR practitioners (mentees) apply the theoretical knowledge gained during ADR training. The Centre will assign mentees to each mentor to understudy the mentor's activities for a period
The Dispute Resolution Centre of Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) is now a national Centre for all Chamber movements in Nigeria. This development follows the signing of MoU between ACCI and NACCIMA. The first deputy president ACCI and Chairman, ACCI
The Nigerian Chambers of Commerce Dispute Resolution Centre (NCC-DRC), has offered to settle the protracted industrial dispute between the Federal Government and Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU. In a letter titled ‘PROPOSAL TO PROVIDE DISPUTE RESOLUTION SERVICES AS A NEUTRAL