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Class action litigation is an oft publicized portion of the United States legal system. Class action lawsuits seek to provide compensation to injured persons by binding individuals with a common legal interest to pursue a common goal. From the view of the legal system, the goal of class action litigation is to save time and money and guarantee the uniformity of judicial decisions.

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) typically refers to a method of resolving disputes by means not associated with formal litigation (court), such as mediation, arbitration, facilitation, or conciliation. One common element in all of the ADR procedures is the presence of a person who acts either as the facilitator or decision maker. This facilitator is a neutral person who is capable of providing an unbiased opinion.

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Thomas J. Campion, Jr.