LADR Bulletins

What is the Difference between Mediation and Arbitration?

Posted by LADR on Jul 7th, 2014 in Employment Mediation

Mediation and arbitration are both forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), meaning alternatives to the expensive and time-consuming litigation of a lengthy court battle. Mediation and arbitration are similar in that they bring together parties in conflict to resolve an issue outside of the courtroom, but each has its own unique way of doing so. […]

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Five Top Reasons to Choose Mediation Instead of Litigation

Posted by LADR on Jul 7th, 2014 in Family Law Mediation

In today’s society, legal disputes can ruin a company, a family, or an individual. They are costly, not only from a financial perspective, but also from personal and emotional perspectives. They are time consuming, and can be so distracting to management or to the individual that they impact one’s ability to do much else. Mediation […]

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How to Choose a Mediator

Posted by LADR on Jul 7th, 2014 in Employment Mediation

The range of types of mediations and mediator styles is broad indeed. Not all cases demand the same style or format. It is important that you select the right mediator for each case. In learning about your prospective mediators, consider these issues. Do you want a joint session? Discuss with your client the different mediation […]

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