Laws Reporting can arrange meditation locations that help minimize the gap that can separate people from settling a legal case. We have neutral mediation locations available and experienced staff to ensure smooth negotiation.
- What is Mediation?
Mediation is a combined effort between parties and a professionally-trained, completely impartial third-party person called a “mediator.” The objective is to settle the case before it even reaches trial in a way that all parties involved are satisfied.
- Why Use a Mediator?
Parties in a case are much more inclined to listen to professional mediators than to each other’s attorneys when it comes to resolving a case. This is because unlike each side of the dispute, the mediators are always neutral. They have no reason for a hidden agenda, which promotes trust rather than suspicion in proposed settlement options. They can help the parties work together to eliminate some of the “sticking” points in a case that may have thus far only kept it from being resolved.
- What Can Mediation Achieve?
Lawsuits are pricey. The longer they are drawn out, the higher the price tag. Finding a reasonable solution before the case makes it to trial saves both parties money, time and stress. Professional mediation services can help bring the case to a close much faster than a long lawsuit, especially when a trial is involved, thereby creating a chance for closure. Closure gives parties an opportunity to heal damaged relationships and ease financial burdens that result from ongoing litigation.
Our court reporters are screened and have successfully passed a professional competency test for accuracy and language skills.
We work before the videoconference begins and after the session has ended. Careful attention to detail is given to each participant.
We specialize in providing high caliber deposition video and other professional legal video services.
We work in a digital format that allows for ease and speed of downloading and uploading electronic files to ensure timeliness.
A melting pot of people from all over the globe bring their expertise of language to Laws Reporting.
Our experienced, neutral mediators ensure smooth negotiation.
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