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For many individuals and businesses, mediation offers a less stressful alternative to litigation, allowing the disputing parties to negotiate the terms of the resolution and work towards a mutually satisfactory outcome. Learn more today.
As you work to keep your business running smoothly, it’s important to take certain steps now to minimize your litigation risk in the future. Consult a trusted business attorney to learn more about what steps you should take.
The business litigation process can be intimidating, especially if you aren’t familiar with what it entails. Consult a trusted business law attorney to receive clear answers to your legal questions so you can face the future with greater confidence.
To show that another party is infringing on your trademark, you’ll need to prove that consumers are likely to confuse the marks. Working with a knowledgeable IP attorney can help you achieve your desired outcome.
Mediation offers a collaborative environment where disputing parties can determine the outcome, allowing you to retain some control over the result. By understanding the process, setting reasonable expectations, and exploring your options, you can approach the process with greater confidence.
While the goal of mediation is for the parties to arrive at a workable solution, small conflicts can arise during the process. When a communication issue arises, the mediator will use various strategies to help the parties move forward.
Mediation offers a supportive environment in which family law disputes may be resolved. Many people who participate in mediation report feeling more in control over their futures, as the collaborative process allows the parties themselves to determine the outcome.
As we move into the second half of 2021, we can expect to see an uptick in business litigation activity, as companies and employees are scrambling to resolve a slew of pandemic-induced disputes. Call a skilled business litigation attorney today to learn more.