Arbitrating Construction Disputes: Building on a Solid Foundation
Workplace Conflict Resolution Through Mediation and Arbitration
Your Side, Your Story – The Advantage Of Being Heard At Mediation
When parties begin telling their story to the mediator, the parties gain better clarity about their case and about their adversary’s positions. A mediator will encourage robust discussion and allow each party to open up and really dig into the facts, details and law supporting their positions. In doing so, the mediator allows each party to tell their story and have their “day in court.”
Elevating Your ADR Game – “Useful Insights And Perspectives – Mastering Mediation: 50 Essential Tools For The Advanced Practitioner”
Valuation Disputes and Disagreements – ADR Could Be the Solution for Dissolution
Some of the most contentious legal disputes that confront attorneys center on valuation of property that is the subject of competing claims. Avoiding coming to grips with detailed valuation issues, and the concomitant need for expert testimony, by putting the property up for sale, and letting the market determine the value, is often not possible, or not feasible, or simply undesirable to one or more of the parties.
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Utilizing A Special Master/Referee In Complex Litigation: A Mediator's Personal Account
There had been several motions to the court related to discovery issues leading up to my assignment. The parties clearly were having difficulty agreeing on anything and were barely civil to one another. They simply could not agree on even basic issues. You could sense the animus – the exchanges between counsel were palpable.
Elevating Your ADR Game – Useful Insights And Perspectives | “High Conflict – Why We Get Trapped And How We Get Out”
Healthy conflict is a productive exchange of differing ideas, that pushes us to arrive at better solutions. In healthy conflict, our minds remain open with the recognition that none of us have all the answers when questions ultimately arise. We listen to each other, compromise, and craft solutions which, while imperfect, work for all concerned. High conflict is another matter altogether.