Legal Issues That Can Be Solved Outside the Courtroom
When litigation is necessary, a seasoned attorney can advocate effectively on your behalf. However, litigation does require considerable resources of both time and money. Many cases can benefit from exploring a resolution outside the courtroom. Talk to an attorney who has experience in mediation and arbitration to find out if one of these avenues may be appropriate for your case.
Real Estate Disputes
Real estate disputes are one of the many claims that can often be resolved without the need for litigation. A real property purchaser may claim that the seller misrepresented the condition of the property, for instance. Or, the seller and buyer may have a dispute regarding who is responsible for paying for needed repairs identified on an inspection report. Through mediation, the parties can reach a favorable compromise that saves them both from the costs associated with litigation.
Corporations generally have a keen interest in resolving claims outside the courtroom whenever possible, since doing so minimizes negative publicity. Arbitration or mediation can also be in the best interests of the employee or former employee. Alternative dispute resolution can be helpful when the parties cannot reach an understanding regarding pre-hire agreements or employment contracts, or when one party is alleged to have breached an employment contract.
Construction-related disputes are particularly common when multiple companies or subcontractors are working on one job site. An experienced attorney can help the parties reach a resolution outside the courtroom regarding these types of construction law disputes:
- Construction delays
- Breach of warranty
- Substandard work
- Changed conditions
By resolving these disputes through mediation or arbitration, all involved parties save time and money that would be better spent completing the construction project.
Mesch Clark Rothschild is a law office in Tucson with a successful track record of resolving many types of disputes through mediation and arbitration. Our uniquely qualified attorneys can help you find a favorable resolution. Call our office at (520) 624-8886 to request a consult.