Dennis S. Neier
In today's environment, it is inevitable that disputes will arise. Establishing resolution protocols before a dispute arises can help maintain relationships as well as prevent and minimize the impact of disputes if or when they occur. Alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) includes dispute resolution processes and techniques, such as mediation and arbitration, which fall outside of the government judicial process.
In recent years ADR has gained widespread acceptance. The rising popularity of ADR can be explained by the increasing caseload of traditional courts, the premise that ADR imposes fewer costs than litigation, a preference for confidentiality, and the desire of some parties to have greater control over the selection of the individual or individuals who will decide their dispute.
The professionals in EisnerAmper’s Litigation Services Group provide the full array of ADR services, addressing disputes involving, but not limited to:
Our professionals have expertise in the various ADR roles. Whether we serve as expert witnesses at arbitrations, special masters appointed by arbitrators, mediators, party-appointed or neutral arbitrators, EisnerAmper professionals help provide cost-effective and real-world solutions.
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