Often, businesses will face disputes that need to be handled promptly, but without the same heavy hand that is used in litigation cases. In situations where litigation isn’t called for and the company is working hard to keep costs down, arbitration may be a potential solution for these matters. However, it can be difficult for a business owner to know whether litigation or arbitration is the best solution for the issues they are facing. With the help of an experienced arbitration lawyer, you can evaluate your case and explore possible remedies based on your unique needs.
Arbitration, also known as mediation, involves two disputing parties to meet together in a neutral setting with a mediator, who then assists the parties in reaching a compromise on the various issues involved in the matter. Arbitration can help two parties come to a settlement agreement that negates the need for going to court, which can be a costly and time consuming process for a business that simply wants to deal with the matter at hand and get back to the day to day operations of their company. However, it’s important to note that even though arbitration often involves reaching a compromise with the disputing party on one or more matters, it’s critical to have adequate legal representation to ensure that your rights and best interests are still being protected and advocated for.
At the Burke Law Firm, P.C., we have over 20 years of experience working with arbitration cases and can assist you in bringing a case through the process of arbitration to a successful conclusion. We have been counsel to parties before the American Arbitration Association, Judicial Arbiter Group, and in private arbitrations; counsel to party in arbitration with recovery of $1 million, arbitrator in arbitration proceedings in Colorado, New York and Georgia with awards of $6 million, $19.6 million and other six figure awards. You can trust that when you work with us during arbitration, you are receiving competent legal counsel at all stages during your case.
Contact the Burke Law Firm, P.C. today to consult with a seasoned arbitration lawyer and begin going over your case in detail. We will review each aspect of your case to determine what legal strategy is most likely to be successful in your situation, and we’ll work hard to protect your rights and interests. Our goal is to allow you to continue doing what you do best — growing your business. Call today for an appointment at (303) 292-0110 ext. 114.