Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
ADR, primarily arbitration and mediation, enables you to resolve disputes without litigation. Minnesota Supreme Court Rule 114 mandates ADR for most civil cases. People opt for commercial arbitration and mediation services as cost-effective alternatives to court proceedings.
Felhaber is highly experienced in a wide variety of ADR methods, including:
- Arbitration: A third-party neutral (arbitrator or panel of arbitrators) hears evidence and arguments and submits a binding decision to the parties.
- Mediation: A third-party neutral (mediator) is assigned to help the parties settle a disputed matter.
- Mini-Trial: A third-party neutral (an advisor specialized in the subject matter) hears counsel for the parties to argue the case and offers an analysis.
Meet Felhaber's ADR qualified neutrals and their areas of expertise
|Kareen R. Ecklund||Commercial Disputes, Contracts, Real Property Related Issues|
|Timothy J. Hassett||Real Estate, Construction and Business|
|Ruth S. Marcott||Benefits Litigation and Compliance, Commercial Litigation, Employment Litigation and Insurance Coverage|
|Dennis J. Merley||Employment|
|Marnie E. Fearon||Employment|
|Penelope J. Phillips||Employment, Employment Litigation|
|Paul J. Zech||Employment, Employment Litigation|
Learn more about how Felhaber's ADR experts can help you.