Mediating Contract Disputes/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

Posted on August 18, 2017


Some points about mediating contract disagreements were penned recently at by Mediator David Allgeyer, Esq. Some of the insights are outlined below:
* There is so much time and money invested in the litigation. Often there is no clear-cut winner but two losers.

*After litigation, the relationship between the parties is likely to be, and remain, toxic.

*After mediation, the parties can still work together where they are so inclined. Win-Win makes this possible.

Not all mediations lead to a resolution. However, at the very least, the groundwork for future solutions has been made. Mediation is forward-looking and hopeful. When deadlocked in a dispute, mediate and don’t litigate