Alternative Dispute Resolution including Arbitration and Mediation
July 03, 2013
During the life of a business, it’s not uncommon for disputes to arise. And when two parties cannot agree to a solution, the dispute can lead to costly litigation. If you are facing any kind of business-related issue or dispute, contact Chane Socarras, PLLC to speak with a business lawyer in Boca Raton now. Our experienced business lawyers can help you avoid litigation with alternative dispute resolution including arbitration and mediation. In the event litigation is unavoidable, we can also represent you in state and federal courts throughout Florida.
Avoid Litigation with Alternative Dispute Resolution
Alternative dispute resolution allows those involved in a business dispute to resolve their issues outside of the court system. This is often less costly and less time-consuming than litigation and offers clients more privacy since the dispute is kept out of the public eye. Avoiding litigation may also increase your chance of salvaging your business relationship after the dispute has been resolved.
Mediation involves an impartial third party, or mediator, who intervenes in the dispute to help both sides reach an agreement. The mediator does not represent either party, but instead works with both parties to develop a mutually agreeable settlement. The mediator encourages communication between the parties to help them resolve the dispute as amicably as possible and avoid litigation. At Chane Socarras, PLLC our experienced business attorneys can act as a mediator in your dispute to help resolve the issue quickly and efficiently in a way that satisfies both parties.
Like mediation, arbitration involves a neutral third party, or arbitrator, who will intervene in a business dispute. However, unlike a mediator, an arbitrator will make a decision on behalf of both parties. In the case on non-binding arbitration, the parties may reject the arbitrator’s decision and choose to go to trial. In the case of binding arbitration, both parties agree before arbitration begins that they will accept the arbitrator’s decision. At Chane Socarras, PLLC our experienced business attorneys can assist with your arbitration by helping you choose and arbitrator and providing you with legal guidance, or serving as your arbitrator to resolve the dispute.
When Litigation is Necessary
In the event litigation is unavoidable, our experienced litigation attorneys can aggressively prosecute and defend claims in state and federal courts throughout Florida. Our firm represents small and large corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, professionals, entrepreneurs, condominium/homeowners’ associations, employers, employees and individuals in a wide range of business matters.
Contact a Business Lawyer in Boca Raton about Your Business Dispute
If you are involved in any kind of business dispute, speak with one of our South Florida attorneys at email@example.com or 561-609-3190 to discuss your case now. We are committed to helping you find the most efficient and cost-effective solution to your business dispute with minimal disruption to your business.
Chane Socarras, PLLC handles complex commercial litigation, business law, and other general business legal matters for clients of all sizes in a variety of industries. The firm’s commercial litigation attorneys represent small and large corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, professionals, entrepreneurs, condominium/homeowners’ associations, employers, employees and individuals to assess their options and make informed decisions to achieve their objectives. Please contact our firm today for more information about how we can assist you with your business-related issue or dispute at firstname.lastname@example.org or 561-609-3190.
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