Use Mediation To Resolve Discovery, Pretrial, and Internal Disputes

Do you have a busy litigation practice?  Mediation is an effective way of addressing the ancillary issues that get in the way of what you do best.   The following is just a representative list of issues that can be mediated, freeing you up to focus on advocacy of facts and law in your case:

  • Use mediation to resolve disagreements among clients on the same side of the table.
  • Use mediation to manage Discovery and even, in some cases, to agree on shared experts or factfinding procedures
  • Use mediation to schedule and manage pretrial conferences
  • Use mediation instead of motion hearings
  • Use mediation to address ancillary client needs and thus keep costs lower
  • Use mediation in settlement negotiations
  • Use mediation to resolve attorney client conflict

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