Arbitration and Mediation (ADR)

The attorneys in Culhane Meadows’ Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) practice work closely with our clients to assess all disputes from their inception, offering a full-range of resolution options, including pre-suit correspondence/demands, settlement negotiation, litigation, arbitration, mediation and other customized options. An important part of our case management strategy is for our attorneys to explain ADR options in the advice we give to our clients early in the dispute resolution process. Our attorneys have found that ADR strategies often can enable clients to resolve disputes early, cost-effectively and fairly. Many of the attorneys in our ADR practice have served both as mediators and arbitrators. They have successfully participated in and resolved several disputes arising out of construction projects, commercial leases, franchise disputes and a host of business related contracts. Our seasoned attorneys have arbitrated disputes all over the country pursuant to rules promulgated by the American Arbitration Association and JAMS, two of the largest private ADR organizations in the United States. Please visit our Litigation & Dispute Resolution overview for more information about the full spectrum of our services.







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