Arbitration & Mediation (ADR): Articles
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed June 20, 2016
- Alternative Dispute Resolution - A Resource Guide From the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Provides an overview of the use of ADR in Federal agencies.
- Filing a Lawsuit: Should you Sue? What you need to know before you file a lawsuit. (FindLaw)
- Lawsuit Mediation: Trying to Compromise Before Starting a Lawsuit Before you sue, talk with your opponent and try to negotiate a mutually beneficial compromise. (FindLaw)
- Do I Need a Mediation Lawyer for My Mediation Session? In most mediations, it's not necessary to have a lawyer. But there are some cases in which you may want a lawyer for advice. (FindLaw)
- Small Claims Mediation Basics Learn the basics of settling your small claims case through mediation. (FindLaw)
- Mediation Choosing mediation to resolve employment discrimination disputes promotes a better work environment, reduces costs and works for the employer and the employee. (U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission)
- What You Should Know About Your Employment Arbitration Agreement (FindLaw's Employee Rights Center)
- Divorce Mediation: Overview Today many couples are turning to mediation to resolve their disputes and negotiate the terms of their divorce. (FindLaw's Family Law Center)
- Child Custody Common Mediation Questions Introduction to the mediation for child custody. (FindLaw's Family Law Center)
- Small Business Mediation Are you a small business owner with a dispute? Mediation might be for you. (FindLaw's Small Business Center)
- Ch. 16 - Mediation and Other Alternatives [ABA Guide to Marriage, Divorce & Families]
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