Mediation Is a Positive Option for Small Business Owners
If you are a business owner with a legal dispute, you are probably searching for a way to resolve it without going bankrupt.
Mediation can be a great solution when you butt heads with another business. It is more affordable than taking your case to court and generally far less time-consuming, both of which make a huge difference for small business owners. If you find yourself in a squabble with another business, here’s what you need to know about mediation.
How Does Mediation Work and What Does it Involve?
Mediation involves both parties meeting together with their respective representatives and working toward a win-win outcome. When you have an attorney on your side who is a skilled negotiator, you have a chance to work with the other party to come to a compromise and resolve your disagreement in a way that is cost-effective, fast, and sufficient to resolve the problem at hand.
Do I Need a Lawyer if I Opt for Mediation?
Our team at MR Civil Justice can help you resolve your business dispute, even if you prefer to use alternative dispute resolution methods. By bringing in an attorney from the beginning, you set yourself up for success and ensure you have wise counsel from beginning to end. This can prove especially important if mediation fails and your case moves to court.
Small Business Lawyers in Dallas
When it comes to resolving legal conflicts of any kind, we our firm shoots for the trifecta: speed, fairness, and integrity. Our business litigation attorneys, Ori Raphael and Damon Mathias, know that swift resolution is always preferable to a drawn-out court case. While we will work to resolve your legal dispute as quickly as possible through mediation and other means, we will never do so at your expense or forget that your success is more important than a fast settlement.
We also make a point to get great results, fair and square. By operating with integrity and honesty, we ensure your case is above reproach. Connect with a member of our team today to get help handling your business dispute and take positive steps toward resolution.
Call (214) 739-0100 to schedule your complimentary consultation today. You can also send us an email to tell us about your case and someone from our office will reach out to you soon.