Charlotte Attorneys Using Mediation To Resolve Employment Disputes
Not every employment law or business dispute has to end in trial. There is a common misconception that the only way to obtain fair compensation is to go all the way to trial and refuse any room for compromise. Our experience shows that is not necessarily the case in every situation. Mediation is a powerful tool that can allow parties to come to an agreement that works for everyone involved, instead of receiving a judgment from a judge or jury.
Working Toward A Solution
At Maloney Law & Associates, PLLC, we treat each case as the unique legal matter it is and we have the skills and experience necessary to aggressively pursue our clients’ rights. Sometimes this means using mediation as a valuable tool in coming to a satisfying result. We represent clients in disputes involving employment law and civil and business litigation issues.
Regardless of the route you choose, our experienced mediation attorneys are committed to finding solutions that fit our clients’ needs. If you are considering mediation or have any questions about a legal dispute, call our Charlotte, North Carolina, law firm at 704-323-8961 as soon as possible to speak with an experienced employment law attorney.
Mediation is a method whereby a neutral third party facilitates a settlement to the parties’ legal dispute. Discussions and negotiation during mediation are confidential and allow the parties flexibility to craft a resolution otherwise not available through the courts. The parties maintain control over the ultimate disposition of the dispute and must approve any final settlement.
There are many advantages of using mediation or alternative dispute resolution (ADR) to solve your legal problems. With a highly skilled attorney ready to negotiate on your behalf, you can often achieve a result that would not have been possible at trial. Parties that mediate are often better able to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of both sides of the case and thereby reach an agreement that satisfies both parties, rather than an all-or-nothing approach. Some parties may prefer mediation over trial, due to extreme litigation results and the stress, time and cost involved.
Mediation is often less costly and time-consuming. While litigation can drag on for years and is subject to the court’s busy and unpredictable calendar, mediation is generally completed within a day.
North Carolina Alternative Dispute Resolution Lawyers
If you have an employment law, discrimination, independent contractor, business or other type of legal dispute, consider the benefits of mediation. The experienced and helpful alternative dispute resolution lawyers at Maloney Law & Associates, PLLC, are ready to assist you. Whether it is mediation or litigation, we have the skills to provide high-quality legal representation for all our clients.