Using Mediation Effectively In Construction Disputes
Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in which a neutral third party (the mediator) directs and facilitates discussion of disputed matters in an attempt to resolve disputes and avoid the necessity of trial. The mediator does not act as a judge or lawyer. They do not render a judgment, represent either party, provide legal advice or have an interest in the final outcome of the case.
Mediation can be an effective way for parties involved in a construction dispute to obtain a resolution to their case without the time and additional cost of protracted litigation. Parties that attend mediation can and should be represented by legal counsel to ensure the protection of their rights.
At Last, Faoro & Whitehorn, we have been representing clients in construction law matters for the past 30 years. We understand and appreciate the value of mediation and other alternative dispute resolution measures that can minimize the time and cost associated with construction law disputes.
What Type Of Dispute Are You Involved In?
Our attorneys have represented countless clients at mediations throughout California. We provide representation for all parties that may be involved in a construction dispute, including:
- Contractors and subcontractors
- Design professionals
- Commercial property owners
- Suppliers and manufacturers
- Other parties with real estate interests
Let us put our experience to work for you. We encourage you to find out for yourself why so many individuals and businesses have turned to Last, Faoro & Whitehorn for knowledgeable guidance and effective counsel.
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From our office in San Mateo, we serve clients throughout California. To schedule a free consultation with an experienced lawyer at Last, Faoro & Whitehorn, call 650-696-8350. You may also contact us by email.