Expert ADR Representation

At FPG, we specialize in providing our clients with top-notch representation in various Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) forums including mediation and arbitration. Our team of attorneys, proficient in ADR methods, are not only experienced mediators and arbitrators for a variety of complex cases, but also excel in representing clients within these forums.

Our attorneys effectively advise when and how to utilize mediation or arbitration. We focus on representing your interests throughout the process, ensuring the best possible outcome.

Applying Alternative Methods for Peaceful Resolution

Mediation and arbitration are methods of ADR often chosen to avoid the time, cost, and publicity of traditional litigation. Our attorneys at FPG excel in providing solutions tailored to your needs regardless of the method of ADR, which may include:

Mediation: the process in which a neutral third party helps parties in conflict communicate, negotiate, and reach a mutually acceptable agreement. 

Arbitration:  A binding procedure where an agreed-upon arbitrator hears the case and issues a decision. 

Neutral Evaluation: This process involves the assessment of the case by a neutral evaluator who provides a non-binding opinion or evaluation on the merits of the dispute.

Private Judging: In this process, parties agree to have their dispute heard and decided by a private individual or a panel of arbitrators rather than a judge in a public court. 

A Skilled Team with Cross-Disciplinary Expertise

Choosing ADR means opting for a more casual, flexible, and private approach than traditional trials. It’s a cost-effective, time-saving method that our attorneys, with extensive experience in ADR and related legal fields like Federal Employment,  Government Contracts, International Law, and Litigation, can expertly navigate for you.

Are you considering ADR for your case? Contact the Federal Practice Group team, where we are ready to listen and advise on the best action. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

ADR refers to methods of resolving disputes or conflicts without going to court. It includes techniques like mediation, arbitration, negotiation, and collaborative law. 

The primary types of ADR processes are mediation, arbitration, negotiation, collaborative law, and conciliation. 

The binding nature of ADR processes, such as arbitration, depends on the agreement between the parties. In arbitration, the decision is typically legally binding, while mediation usually results in a voluntary agreement that can be legally enforceable. 

ADR processes such as mediation are often confidential. In many cases, the details of the dispute and the resolution reached are not made public. 

The choice of ADR method depends on the nature of the dispute and the parties’ preferences. Mediation is ideal for disputes where parties want to maintain control, while arbitration is suitable for cases requiring a binding decision or where it is the requried forum elected by the parties. 

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