Welcome to the TCC ADR Centre, where we aim to support the business community by focusing on technology, construction and commercial disputes with efficiency, fairness, and integrity.
We are a not-for-profit organization registered under Section 42 of the Companies Act 2017 of The Islamic Republic of Pakistan, that promotes the use of ADR with accredited trained and qualified experts and neutrals.
TCC strives to provide a transparent and accessible alternative to traditional litigation which can foster a thriving investor climate and deliver excellence to businesses and industries across the nation. Embrace a new era of resolution as we navigate the way to harmony and success for the future.
A method of resolving disputes privately, where parties mutually agree to have their case heard by a neutral third party outside of the court system. The arbitrator's decision, is typically binding on both parties.
A facilitated negotiation process where a neutral mediator assists parties in resolving their disputes collaboratively and confidentially. It promotes open dialogue and empowers participants to reach mutually acceptable agreements.
Parties to a dispute present arguments and evidence to a dispute resolution practitioner, who is chosen on the basis of their specialist qualification or experience in the subject matter of the dispute and who makes a determination.
A collaborative ADR approach where a skilled neutral intermediary guides parties towards mutually agreeable solutions, fostering resolution through effective communication.
An impartial evaluator assesses the dispute's issues, strengths, and weaknesses, and provides their insights through an advisory approach.
Impartial panels of experts appointed to provide real-time resolution to disagreements during a project, helping parties avoid lengthy disputes and costly delays.
Adjudication is a structured process in which a neutral third party, often an expert or judge, evaluates evidence, arguments, and legal principles to make a formal and binding decision on a dispute.
Services like providing users with curated legal insights, precedent analyses, and scholarly resources, empowering them to build well-informed arguments and strategies for effective conflict resolution.
Offering dispute resolution assistance free of charge, demonstrating a commitment to providing accessible and equitable conflict resolution options for those facing financial constraints.