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Volume 112

January 2016


In this issue:

- Mediate and be Damned

- Alternative Dispute Resolution

- Extreme Alternative Dispute Resolution

Paul Brennan




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Mediate and be Damned

The CIA is alleged to have launched 638 assassination 
attempts against Fidel Castro including one using an exploding cigar.

Unfortunately, assassination is not available to litigants; they are condemned to fight their enemy in the courts.



Alternative Dispute Resolution

George Orwell said, “The quickest way to end a war is to lose it.”  Sometimes in litigation, such as debt collection or injunctions, you can overwhelm your opponent’s trenches at an early stage.  However, often litigation it is not over by Christmas.



                                          Extreme Alternative Dispute Resolution ("EADR")

For those of you who do not have the money, temperament or time for litigation and have no wish to engage in “limp wristed” mediation then another possibility is to “bump off” your enemy.




New Book - "I'll Have the Law On You"

This is the first major edition of John Fytit’s* works and is as close as we will come to the autobiography that he never wrote.


Disclaimer: The content of the Law & Disorder eZine is to give you legal basics and in some instances, included unashamedly to try and make you laugh. In law, it is sometimes difficult to work out what is serious and what is just for fun. Therefore, if you plan to do anything legal, rely on your own lawyer's advice or instruct me to look at the particular facts of your case. Not only will I deny responsibility for the legal content but also for some of the jokes.
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