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We represent in Arbitration of disputes before Arbitration Tribunals, appointed retired judges, Bombay Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange & Retired Judges and before concerned Courts of law, including the Hon’ble High Courts for matters under the provisions of the Arbitration and conciliation Act, 1996. We also would encourage our clients to go for Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR)


Alternative Dispute Resolution System Is The Ideal System Of Dispute Resolution. Mediation, A Form Of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Can Be An Inexpensive, Effective, And Peaceful Method For Resolving Conflict Between Two Parties Without Going To Trial. Mediation Is A Non-Confrontational Process That Involves A Neutral Individual (Usually An Attorney Or Retired Judge) Helping The Two Parties Come To A Mutually Agreed Upon Solution


More Control Over The Outcome Mediation Serves As A Structured Process To Help Both Parties Negotiate Their Own Resolution, Empowering Everyone Involved. Mediation, In Particular, Allows Both Parties To Be More Creative And Flexible In Reaching A Settlement As Opposed To The Winner Take All Mentality That Happens When Going To Court.


The Value Of Going Through Mediation Or Some Form Of ADR Is That It Because The Time It Takes To Reach A Resolution Is Often Much Shorter, It Is Typically Far Less Expensive Than Litigating A Case Through A Trial. Also, Because Both Parties Are Participants As Opposed To Just Witnesses, There Is A Feeling Of Personal Satisfaction That Comes With Finding A Resolution Both Parties Are Satisfied With. Settlements Reached Can Feel More Reasonable Because They Have Been Agreed To By Both Parties, Instead Of Simply Awarded To One Side Or The Other

If You Are Unsure Whether Alternate Dispute Resolution Is The Right Path For You, Call Us For A Phone Consultation And A Mediator. We Will Consult With You On The Best Course Of Action For Your Issue And Provide A Recommendation Regarding Next Steps.