There are many ways to settle workplace disputes and claims. Not all disputes need to result in costly litigation, and that is where mediator attorneys come in. We are here to answer some of your most common questions about mediator attorneys and workplace mediation, which may include:
- Is there a difference between mediation and litigation?
Yes. There is a big difference between mediation and litigation. Mediation is the process of settling conflicts without the need for a trial. Litigation, on the other hand, is the legal term for a lawsuit.
- Do I need to hire a mediator attorney for mediation?
While hiring an experienced attorney for mediation is not necessary, we strongly recommend that you do, as mediator attorneys have in-depth knowledge of workplace law that can be invaluable during the mediation process.
- Why should I hire a mediator attorney?
There are many benefits of hiring a mediator attorney, which include but are not limited to:
- Increased Flexibility
- Controlled Outcomes
- Mutually Beneficial
At Approved Dispute Resolution our mediator attorneys in Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Boca Raton, Hillsborough County, Hollywood, FL, Miami-Dade, and the surrounding areas help you get to the bottom of workplace disputes. Understanding that every dispute is unique, we approach each situation with compassion and understanding, seeking to get to the bottom of issues effectively. With expertise in the areas of contract disputes, labor laws, employment, and other business issues, we are equipped with the knowledge, tools, and skills needed to get to the bottom of conflicts without the need for tiresome and costly litigation.
Led by skilled mediator attorney and arbitrator Lori Adelson Esq., we bring decades of experience to the table. Contact us today to chat with a mediator attorney for Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Boca Raton, Hillsborough County, Hollywood, FL, Miami-Dade, or the surrounding areas.