What does the mediator do?
The mediator tries to help the parties and their lawyers settle the lawsuit.
Although a mediation can occur outside of a lawsuit, it typically occurs within the framework of a lawsuit.
The mediator serves as neutral person who helps the parties understand each others positions and helps the parties achieve creative solutions to their problems.
- Are there alternatives to going to court to resolve business disputes?
- Are there any procedures available to secure assets of a debtor before obtaining a judgment?
- Can a debtor be forced to pay a creditor’s costs and attorney’s fees incurred in litigation
- I have customers who defaulted on payment. Can I sue them?
- If both lawyers are settlement minded, why should we spend money for yet another professional
- What does the mediation process typically look like?
- What does the mediator do?
- What is mediation?
- What makes you the right mediator for me?
- What should I look for in a mediator?
- Why does experience matter when hiring a mediator?
- How is the mediator paid?