Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
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It can be very costly – not just in terms of money but in terms of time and substantial inconvenience and stress – to resolve legal disputes and related proceedings via the courts. Fortunately, alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, can resolve matters quickly and effectively.
Judge Karen M. Cassidy, the former assignment judge in the Union vicinage, has extensive experience in her 21 years on the bench, handling a variety of matters in the civil courts. She is well-versed in a variety of matters including personal injury, employment law, all types of malpractice, land use, complex commercial cases, as well as numerous other types of disputes.
Mediation is used to facilitate discussions between contesting parties. The mediator highlights the strengths, weaknesses, potential issues, legal ramifications, and possible outcomes of each party’s case. Most important of all, the mediator can present suitable solutions to the parties so that they can work toward settling their differences and agreeing on a path forward.
Arbitration is perhaps the most formal type of ADR in which the parties, pursuant to their agreement, present their cases to an arbitrator for a binding decision.
Our ADR services encompass:
Alternative dispute resolution can help to quickly and effectively resolve outstanding legal claims and disputes. Contact us to set up an appointment to determine whether ADR might be right for your case. If so, we can help you use ADR to secure a positive outcome for your dispute or claim.