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Mediation and Arbitration

Why Consider Mediation?

If you've given up on negotiating a settlement of your dispute directly with the other party, mediation may be the best way to solve it. Compared to a...

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Mediation: Ten Rules for Success

Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution that can be used in most non-criminal cases, including disputes involving contracts, leases, sma...

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How Your Lawyer Can Help With Mediation

Even if you are involved in a lawsuit and represented by a lawyer, you can still mediate your dispute.

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Mediation: Do You Still Need a Lawyer?

Because mediation rules are few and straightforward, people can usually handle the process without a lawyer. If your case involves substantial propert...

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Getting the Other Side to the Mediation Table

Mediation can be a good, sensible way to resolve a dispute, but what if you're convinced that the other side isn't sensible and is determined to prolo...

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Arbitration Pros and Cons

In the past few decades, arbitration has become a mainstay in resolving legal disputes. Whether you've signed a contract with mandatory arbitration la...

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Arbitration Basics

Arbitration clauses -- requiring parties to resolve disputes through arbitration -- are found in many contracts these days. The American Arbitration A...

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The Arbitration Process

Arbitration clauses -- requiring parties to resolve disputes through arbitration -- are found in many contracts these days. The American Arbitration A...

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