Arbitration Services In Florida
You do not want to go to court. No matter how much you want to fight your case, we can provide you with better solutions. But if you are already in litigation, we can help you resolve the matter and find closure, and peace of mind.
Similar to mediation, arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution. Both bring parties together to resolve conflicts outside of the courtroom, meaning avoiding costly litigation. Generally, arbitration is just as final and binding as a court decision. However, unlike working with a mediator, the arbitrator serves as a private judge and will make the rulings to determine the dispute outcome.
Lori Adelson is a professional attorney mediator and arbitrator with over 20 years of experience successfully litigating employment, civil rights, labor, and business issues. Ms. Adelson is a certified mediator through the Florida Supreme Court (Civil Circuit) and federal courts, a Florida Supreme Court Qualified and AAA arbitrator, and a neutral fact-finder in the areas of labor, employment, workplace, human resources, consumer, civil rights, public sector, business, and contract disputes.
What Is An Arbitrator?
In arbitration, the arbitrator serves as a private judge and is in control of the outcome. In contrast, in mediation, the disputing parties maintain control over the outcome.
The process of arbitration is usually less formal than a courtroom trial.
Lori Adelson, Esq., is available to serve as an arbitrator in Florida. Ms. Adelson is especially effective with hostile and litigious parties because of her more than 20 years of litigation and trial experience as a lawyer handling employment law, discrimination, civil rights, labor law, and business dispute cases. She is a creative thinker and has a proven track record of negotiating and resolving these types of cases.
Top 5 Benefits Of Arbitration
- Parties have a choice in their decision-maker.
- Arbitration is quicker than court proceedings.
- Convenient times and places may be arranged for the hearing.
- Generally, there is no right of appeal so the process is final.
Our goal at Approved Dispute Resolution is solution-orientated to help your business stay out of court and result in a beneficial resolution. We do this through our experience in bringing both parties to an agreement using our extensive conflict management skills. Learn more about our dispute resolution services or contact us to request an appointment.