Your Business Should Take Advantage Of Mediation
Despite their best efforts, businesses can still run into legal issues. Whether it is between their employees, customers or another business: disputes happen. While the immediate response may be to lawyer up, litigation is not necessarily the best way to handle disputes. We know that legal action is sometimes unavoidable, but going to trial can take a toll on you and your business. Lawsuits are an expensive and time-consuming process that could affect your bottom line. For this reason, we encourage mediation as an alternative to court..
At the Law Offices of Denise Eaton May, we can help you put difficult problems behind you and move forward. Ask us about how you and your business can use mediation to your advantage today.
Mediation Benefits All Types Of Businesses
When a highly contested case goes to trial, there may be no real winner. Both parties will incur expenses that will only increase as the case unfolds. A favorable outcome is also not guaranteed. However, mediation offers a way for the parties involved to potentially work things out.
In mediation, both parties can:
- Repair a relationship they may wish to continue.
- Work together with each other to address problems.
- Discuss issues of importance with an objective third party.
- Get to a point where they can express their wishes.
- Evaluate what their options are for solving the conflict.
- Make fair proposals that protect their best interests.
- Avoid litigation to save time, money and energy.
Mediation serves small and big businesses alike. As a small business, you may not have the resources to take on costly legal fees. Whereas, corporations can better preserve their reputations by settling matters out of court. Regardless of the size of your business, you can benefit from this approach.
Over 30 Years Of Resolving Business Disputes
For over 30 years we have helped businesses like you use mediation to solve complex disputes. Learn more about our services and how we can assist you today by visiting our Hayward office. Call 510-244-3307 to schedule a free consultation or send us a message using the intake form.