Mediation allows parties to resolve theirdispute without litigating the matter in court. This process is oftenfaster, confidential and less expensive.
Twenty-FirstJudicial District Mediator List
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Mediation, arbitration, or other alternative disputeresolution (ADR) are methods by which parties may avoid costly and timeconsuming litigation. ADR procedures are less formal and partiesmaintain more control than if the case goes to court. Professionalmediation organizations often adopt recommended levels of training forpracticing mediation.