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  • Rank Atlanta Personal Injury Lawyer for Personal Injury Law Directory
    Availability Arbitration Info Share This Page Search Home Page Log In Create Account The Center for Legal Solutions Inc A Georgia Non Profit Organization www centerforlegalsolutions org Phone 678 404

    Original URL path: http://www.centerforlegalsolutions.org/subjects/keepscore.php?ID_KEY=991&URL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sclawpc.com%2F (2016-02-13)
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  • Rank Work and Unemployment Information for Labor and Employment Law Directory
    Availability Arbitration Info Share This Page Search Home Page Log In Create Account The Center for Legal Solutions Inc A Georgia Non Profit Organization www centerforlegalsolutions org Phone 678 404

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  • Find Georgia Legal Information and Resources, Select a Subject or Contributor
    Estate Criminal Law Divorce and Family Law DUI DWI Law DUI DWI Law Entertainment Law Environmental Law Estate Planning and Probate General Litigation General Practice Georgia Legislative Tracking Health Care Law Immigration Insurance Coverage Intellectual Property Law Juvenile Law Labor and Employment Law Landlord and Tenant Law Legal Research Legal Scholarship Legislative Tracking Local Government Law Personal Injury Personal Injury Law Political Science Research Products Liability Public Benefits Public Benefits Law Real Estate Law Tax Law Technology Law Traffic Citations Whistleblower Litigation Workers Compensation Select a Contributor Adam Schachter Andrew Speaker Arline Kerman Barry C Edwards Bernd G Stittleburg Catherine Barnes Charles H Kuck Charles W Chuck Chesbro Chirnese Cynthia J Remboldt Dan Honkanen Daniel Frehiwet David Brauns David S DeLugas Edward F Whipps Erin Gerstenzang Garrydel Gary Wilson Jones Glen Edward Ashman Grady Terry Greg Baumgartner H Glenn Fogle Jr James B Cronon James M Green Jamie L Smith Jason A Korner Jason Stephens Jeff Goldfarb Jill Coil Joseph W Segraves Josh Brown Joshua G Schiffer Joyce F Glucksman Julie Ernst Fortin Kathleen Wilson Kevin Veler Kimberly R Wilson Lee Kirton Marcus Boenig marry luce Matthew M Liss Michael Richard Moebes Norman H Cuadra Ramon Alvarado Randy Collins Ravi

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  • Mediation Services for Civil Cases in Georgia
    should not be the place where resolution of disputes begins They should be the places where the disputes end after alternative methods of resolving disputes have been considered and tried U S Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O Connor Mediation is an effective method of resolving civil disputes The parties directly involved generally know more about the case than a judge or jury will ever know and are therefore better equipped to make informed decisions about the case While some parties enjoy windfall trial verdicts civil litigation is generally very time consuming costly and emotionally draining When all parties attempt to reach a voluntary settlement through mediation there is a good chance that mediation will lead to a settlement agreeable to everyone Justice is Served All of The Center for Legal Solutions civil case mediators have a tremendous amount of legal experience and can help all parties realistically assess the risks of trial While the risks and rewards of trial are certainly not the only factor in negotiating civil settlement we believe that many parties look to the law to determine what is fair and just Mediation is a flexible process Parties may mediate with or without attorney representation Parties may mediate while litigation is pending or before engaging the legal process How Much It Costs How Long It Takes The time required to mediate a civil dispute depends upon the complexity of the issues involved how willing to parties are to engage the process and the number of parties involved According to our research the average length of mediation is about three hours and the parties should expect to commit at least three hours to the mediation process Mediation sessions can be scheduled at times that are convenient to all parties Our mediators charge varying rates for their time

    Original URL path: http://www.centerforlegalsolutions.org/services/mediation.civil.cases.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Hybrid Mediation-Arbitration Service
    arb service can also be used to resolve commercial disputes For example two businesses may utilize mediation in an effort to resolve a contractual dispute If mediation does not result in a complete settlement their final offers in mediation may serve as high and low figures for arbitration If the parties reach a partial settlement arbitration may be limited to unresolved matters For additional information on The Center for Legal Solutions mediation services please consult the following pages Domestic Relations Mediation Civil Lawsuit Mediation Commercial Mediation District Court Mediation For further information on arbitration services please refer to our Overview of Arbitration Services Justice is Served All of The Center for Legal Solutions mediators have a tremendous amount of subject matter experience and can help parties realistically assess the risks of trial While the risks and rewards of trial are certainly not the only factor in negotiating settlement we believe that many parties look to the law to determine what is fair and just Mediation Arbitration is a flexible process Parties may proceed with or without attorney representation Parties may proceed while litigation is pending or before engaging the legal process How Much It Costs How Long It Takes The time required to mediate depends upon the complexity of the issues involved how willing to parties are to engage the process and the number of parties involved According to our research the average length of mediation is about three hours and the parties should expect to commit at least three hours to the mediation process Mediation sessions can be scheduled at times that are convenient to all parties If parties are unable to reach a complete settlement through mediation their unsettled issues would be referred to arbitration Arbitrations are structured to proceed in stages that allow parties to identify issues

    Original URL path: http://www.centerforlegalsolutions.org/services/med.arb.service.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Case Evaluation Services
    rules but these terms are somewhat confusing and misleading You may already have already evaluated your case and the idea of hiring someone to second guess your case evaluation in front of your client based on his or her first impression of the case Case evaluation should really be viewed as early case coordination by an attorney who is familiar with the litigation process and the issues particular to the subject matter During case evaluation each party has the opportunity to present information to the neutral Parties can make sophisticated formal presentations similar to an opening statement in court or make informal comments about the case as they would in the opening conference of a mediation session After the parties make their respective presentations the neutral evaluator helps the parties assess the strengths and each side s case and assists the parties in narrowing the legal and factual issues in the case The neutral evaluator can caucus privately with parties for this purpose The neutral evaluator will explore the possibilities of settlement with the parties In some cases the process will resemble a mediation session If settlement discussions are premature the case evaluator can help the parties streamline discovery and other pretrial aspects of the case Whether litigation is pending and the parties have been ordered to complete an ADR process or the parties have voluntarily decided to try resolving their dispute before filing a lawsuit we welcome the opportunity to assist you We know that you have a choice of professionals and are honored you are considering us We value your confidence and strive to provide services that we consider the finest available in our field Our neutral case evaluators are carefully screened and highly qualified All are committed to helping settle disputes fairly and efficiently How Much It

    Original URL path: http://www.centerforlegalsolutions.org/services/case.evaluation.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Discovery Audit & Special Master Services
    Issues Related to Electronic Discovery Rule or Offer Recommendations on Specific Objections Review Privilege Claims How It Works The discovery auditing process generally follows a series of stages Georgia law refers to a neutral who is appointed to help parties resolve facts and issues as an auditor O C G A 9 7 1 through 9 7 23 governs the use of auditors in cases pending in Georgia s Superior and State Courts In federal cases Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 53 allows parties to use special masters The mechanics of referring discovery issues to an auditor or special master are different in state and federal courts Parties are encouraged to consult state and federal rules for further information on the specific operation and mechanics applicable to their case We also encourage parties to review our model consent order for referring discovery matters to an auditor or special master A discovery auditor or special master may be particularly useful in cases involving electronic discovery issues We have found that electronic discovery presents issues that are not readily understood by a busy judge hearing a motions calendar Creative custom solutions may be required to achieve a reasonable balance between cost and the need for discovery How Much It Costs How Long It Takes The parties are responsible for the cost of the time their discovery auditor or special master spends working on their case including time spent before and after any hearings that take place as well as time spend drafting recommendations or rulings There is no charge for travel to or from hearings at The Center for Legal Solutions or other convenient sites in the Metro Atlanta area Our neutrals charge varying rates for their time and you are encouraged to browse individual neutral profiles for rate information The cost

    Original URL path: http://www.centerforlegalsolutions.org/services/discovery.masters.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Information for Out-of-Town Visitors to The Center for Legal Solutions -- Alternative Dispute Resolution in Marietta, Georgia
    their time in Marietta You will find terrific accomodations restaurants shopping and attractions in our immediate vicinity Please feel free to contact us if we can assist your trip planning Great Places to Eat on the Marietta Square Special Events on the Marietta Square The Whitlock Inn We recommend staying at this Historic Bed Breakfast Marietta Conference Center and Resort Golf packages available Marietta Welcome Center Visitor Bureau Includes in

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