LexisNexis Practical Guidance Dispute Resolution discusses the different forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) available to parties involved in a dispute including arbitration, conciliation, mediation and adjudication. The individual guidance notes provide descriptions and comparisons of each type of ADR available together with detailed information and guidance on the dispute resolution processes. With reference to the relevant legislation, rules and guidelines this Practical Guidance module will provide practitioners with the information they need to effectively participate in ADR proceedings.
Craig is a dispute resolution lawyer and is also the regional head of the Durban office. Craig specialises in insurance and corporate and commercial litigation, and is head of the litigation and dispute resolution practice.
His insurance experience includes personal injury litigation, professional indemnity litigation, product liability and recall. He regularly advises auditors, financial and insurance brokers and other professionals. Craig has also advised directors and creditors in several high profile liquidation matters.
Craig is listed as a recommended dispute resolution lawyer in Legal500, 2015.
He holds a BA LLB from the University of Natal. He was admitted as an attorney in 1986 and joined the practice in 1989.
He is a member of the Law Societies of Kwazulu-Natal, Northern and Cape Provinces.
Lindsay Black is a qualified attorney with an undergraduate BSc in BioMedical Science. She practiced as a Senior Associate at Norton Rose Fulbright where she specialised in litigation and dispute resolution including court litigation, domestic and international arbitrations and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. She has extensive experience in the resolution of disputes relating to insurance and the construction and engineering industry in particular.
Lindsay is now the Corporate Legal Counsel for a private company.