Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Problem. Solved.

Litigation has an avaricious appetite for time and money—exacerbated by clogged court calendars, seemingly endless discovery (often including expensive electronic discovery), and ever-increasing fees and costs—and is imbued with a rigid process and a pervasive uncertainty as to outcome.

Isn’t there a better way?

There is.

Mediation is a way to resolve disputes that are in litigation, or to avoid the need to resort to court. Unlike litigation, mediation is a timely and cost-effective process that enables parties to resolve their disputes and achieve certainty.

For parties with an ongoing business relationship, mediation provides a less adversarial forum in which the parties can resolve their immediate conflict, and then move forward.

Saving money is always important, but especially so in our current economic downturn. Mediation is a great way to enhance your bottom line.

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