Mediation Is Ideal While in Isolation
It is an interesting time for everyone, including attorneys. We are advocates for our clients in the Courts and in our clients’ offices negotiating various deals. Like everyone else, the traditional ways of making things happen have been taken away. While the Courts in Texas are doing everything possible in order to move cases along, as recently as earlier this week, judges are confirming here in Montgomery County there will be no in-person hearings in the near future. In the world of COVID-19, there has never been a better time to look at alternative means of resolving matters using a third-party neutral mediator. The mere fact that many businesses are not operational and are forced to cut back has created incentives for many to try to create certainty for the future by resolving previously unresolved disputes now.
So how does mediation work when we cannot get together in a room?...(Click here to read more!)