January 30, 2013 Articles

Reaching Your Audience

Have you considered the real value of doing alternative dispute resolution (ADR) research in your case?

by Ann T. Greeley

Why Study Your Construction Case Before Arbitration?

The construction project didn’t go as planned. You have been sued or you are considering suing. You want to collect moneys owed due to delays or, if you are the defendant, to avoid paying for those overruns. You dread the ensuing costs of litigation and wonder how you can shorten the process and cut the pain. You may spend considerable time attempting to assess the value of your case and even hire multiple experts at great cost in order to establish the correctness of your position. But you may not have considered doing the one thing that can help you to really assess the potential strengths and weaknesses of your case at both the arbitration and trial points. Have you considered the real value of doing alternative dispute resolution (ADR) research in your case?

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