Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution
For individuals dealing with business or private disputes, nonjudicial methods of resolution (including arbitration and mediation) are increasingly becoming more ideal for many reasons including being more cost-efficient, less confrontational and more effective than taking a case to court.
Our law firm specializes in third-party mediations to analyze and evaluate your situation and advise all parties involved for the best outcome possible.
What is Mediation?
5 Stages of Mediation
Mediation is a process where an impartial third party resolves a dispute between parties through the use of arbitrary communication and negotiation techniques. All those who participate in mediation are encouraged to a state their viewpoints to a neutral mediator that gathers information about the dispute. The mediator uses a wide variety of techniques to lead the process in a constructive manner and to help the parties find a reasonable solution.
Mediation, in a legal sense, is a form of alternative dispute resolution used to resolve disputes between two or more parties. Usually, a third party, the mediator, creates a negotiation strategy to make a settlement. Disputants may mediate disputes in a variety of domains, such as family, legal, business and places of employment.
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Our staff attorneys specialize in third-party arbitration
Our dispute resolution group is made of attorneys from many different legal backgrounds. We can perform services as mediators, arbitrators and third-party conciliators. We give a neutral perspective to the dispute resolution experience and representation of clients in ADR proceedings.