Engaging in Meditation to Resolve Business Disputes

Dispute Attorney in South Florida

In Florida, all parties in a civil litigation case 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 Supreme Court-certified mediator, who is also an experienced business and commercial litigation attorney, to represent you and your business.

Contact us at L. Gregory Loomar, PA, to find out more about business dispute mediation. We offer an initial telephone consultation with an experienced business dispute mediation lawyer in Plantation, Florida.

Achieving Favorable Outcomes for Over 27 Years

As a Florida Supreme Court-certified mediator, L. Gregory Loomar Esquire has over 27 years of experience and training in commercial litigation and business dispute mediation, and alternative dispute resolution. He has the legal experience and practical business knowledge to negotiate a creative solution and plan a resolution to your dispute.

In addition to business and commercial disputes, Mr. Loomar serves as a mediator and specializes in:

  • 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
  • Shareholder and partnership disputes
  • Board of director voting rights and deadlock resolution
  • Divorces with family owned businesses

Understanding the Advantages 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 toward a resolution in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Taking your case to trial is expensive and time-consuming due to legal research, discovery (depositions) and motion practice, while the mediation process is usually limited to a one-day event with a significant reduction of exposure to the continued expense of prolonged litigation.

Assisting in All Stages of the Mediation Process

As your mediator, acting as a neutral party, Mr. Loomar will review the claims that each party has and explain the procedures for the day. He will then identify the issues and work with the parties to determine potential solutions and methods to reach an agreement for resolution. It is not up to the mediator to choose the solution, but rather to help guide, promote and facilitate the parties toward an amicable, productive and positive solution that works for everyone involved.

In a mediation proceeding, the parties may meet or "caucus" with the mediator privately to disclose any information about the dispute, which they do not wish the other parties to hear, and all information disclosed during a caucus is confidential. Furthermore, any offers or counteroffers made throughout the mediation process are also completely confidential.

Call an Experienced Attorney and Certified Mediator to Resolve Your Business Dispute

To begin the process of resolving your business dispute, contact our Fort Lauderdale team online or over the phone at 954-239-7574 for a telephone consultation with attorney Loomar. From our office in Plantation, we provide consultations and alternative dispute resolution ( ADR) for clients throughout Florida and the United States.