Dispute Attorney South Florida
In the State of Florida, parties in a litigation are required by the court to attend mediation prior to trial. If you are involved in a commercial litigation matter or a business dispute, consider choosing a qualified mediator who is also an experienced business and commercial litigation attorney to represent you and your business.
Contact us at the Law Offices of L. Gregory Loomar, PA, to find out more about business dispute mediation. We offer a free initial telephone consultation with an experienced business dispute mediation attorney in Plantation, Florida.
20 Years of Business and Commercial Litigation Experience
As a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator, L. Gregory Loomar, Esquire, has 20 years of experience and training in commercial litigation and business dispute mediation. He has the legal experience and business knowledge to negotiate a creative solution and plan a resolution to your dispute in order to reasonably satisfy all parties.
In addition to business and commercial disputes, Mr. Loomar can serve as a mediator for:
- Contract disputes
- Employment claims, such as wrongful termination
- Collection actions
- Real estate disputes
- Foreclosure actions
- Landlord/tenant claims and evictions
- Probate, wills and trust disputes
- Brokerage and commission disputes
Benefits of Mediation
Mediation is the preferred method for business dispute resolution because the parties in the dispute can maintain control and confirm the result of the process. Rather than leaving the outcome of a dispute to a judge or jury, parties are able to work towards a resolution in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Taking your case to trial costs are expensive and time consuming due to legal research, discovery (depositions) and motion practice, while the mediation process is usually a one-day event with limited exposure to excess expenses.
The Mediation Process
As your mediator, acting as a neutral party, Mr. Loomar will review the claim(s) that each party has and explain the procedures for the day. He will then identify the issues and offer potential solutions on how to resolve them. It is not up to the mediator to choose the solution but to help guide, promote and facilitate the parties toward an amicable, productive and positive solution that works for everyone involved.
A party is allowed to meet or "caucus" privately with the mediator to disclose any information about the dispute and all information disclosed is confidential. Furthermore, any offers or counteroffers made throughout the mediation process are also completely confidential.
Call a Certified Mediator to Resolve Your Business Dispute
To begin the process of resolving your business dispute, contact us at 954-239-7574 for a free telephone consultation with an experienced business attorney and Certified Mediator. From our office in Plantation, Florida we provide consulting and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) for clients throughout Florida and the United States.