Business Dispute Mediation Attorney in Litchfield, Connecticut
Competition. Black’s Law Dictionary describes it as “The struggle between rivals for the same trade at the same time; the act of seeking or endeavoring to gain what another is endeavoring to gain at the same time. The effort of two or more parties, acting independently, to secure the business of a third party by the offer of the most favorable terms. Our business market allows the marketplace to operate relatively free of restrictions and intervention.
Enter the family-owned business where there are grievances or the need to develop a succession plan. Or a disagreement between a valued supplier and a manufacturer. Perhaps it is a merger between two companies or an acquisition that is trying to come to the closing table.
Whatever the needs of your business, here are the benefits of Mediation:
Privacy. Working through the issues needing to be addressed happens quietly. Your differences of opinion or worked through in a private forum. Court by its design is a public airing of grievances, which may be in juxtaposition to your long-term goals.
Agreed timeframe. A quick, agreed timetable for the resolution of the matters, letting your company get back to the business of being in business.
Structure. We provide the structure and outline for addressing the problem at hand. The framework is designed to allow you to present the issue in a direct format, agreed and understood by the parties prior to presenting a case.
Fixed and Agreed fee. Budgeting for costs is critical to the overall success of your business. Whether you choose mediation or arbitration of your disputes, your costs are known and agreed upon.