Sorry, not sorry… the case for an apology law in UK dispute resolution (Part 1) (Practical Law Blog)

Sorry, not sorry… the case for an apology law in UK dispute resolution (Part 1) (Practical Law Blog)


CategoryArticles, News Author Karen Gough Date

How hard is it to say “sorry”?  Elton John was right, it really is the hardest word.  Why is this? If we’ve done something wrong, why can’t we just say sorry and mean it without making things worse? Apparently, it’s just not that simple, and therefore, as is the case in some other jurisdictions, it is proposed that in England we should enact a law to make it easier.

In Part 1 of this blog post for the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog, Karen Gough looks at the case for an apology law in the UK. You can read Karen’s full post here.


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