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Your Legal Problems Resolved by an Experienced Solicitor located at Sutherland.
Suite 40, 61-65 Glencoe St, Sutherland NSW 2232
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The leading specialist in Compensation, Negligence and Insurance Claims Australia wide.
Collins Street Business Centre, Level 8 350 Collins St, Melbourne CBD VIC 3000
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The leading specialist in Compensation, Negligence and Insurance Claims Australia wide.
Level 23, 127 Creek Street, Brisbane CBD QLD 4000
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When you are facing family breakdown, you need someone who will listen to your needs with acceptance and respect. We have nine family lawyers with extensive experience in all aspects of family law including divorce, child custody, domestic violence and property settlement. Sound us out now. There is no obligation.
Level 5, 127 York Street, Sydney CBD NSW 2000
Family Law Experts for 30 Years Working in All Areas of Family Law
Level 1 / 217 George St, Brisbane CBD QLD 4000
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A client-focused legal practice owing its success to our excellent level of service and to the success we achieve on behalf of our valued clients.Contact us today for an obligation free first consultation.
44 Norton St, Leichhardt NSW 2040
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King Lawyers Australia is a Sydney law firm that specialises in taxation, construction and dispute resolution. We deliver clear, cost-effective and practical advice.
Level 15, Eclipse Tower, 60 Station St, Parramatta NSW 2150
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We will provide you with timely and practical legal advice and assistance. We're on your side!
Suite 2, Ground Floor 40 Montclair Avenue, Glen Waverley VIC 3150
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Whether you are an entrepreneur, a small, growing or established business, we can assist you to achieve your business goals by providing practical legal advice and creative solutions.
Po Box 593, Cottesloe WA 6011
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The Partners The dispute resolution team is headed up by Stephen Smith, Professor Lovegrove and Justin Cotton. Combined they both have 40 years of cross jurisdictional dispute resolution experience. For due diligence on our partners click their names. Dispute Resolution Theatres We resolve disputes, cross jurisdictionally, be it a court of law, arbitration or a tribunal. For many years we have acted for clients in Victoria, New South Wales, ACT and Queensland. We also accept briefs in Western Australia and New Zealand. In 2010 we established an affiliation with an Ethiopian law firm to assist multinationals and corporations in their legal transactions. Areas of Commercial Dispute Resolution Expertise Mediation Arbitration Tribunal matters Court of Appeal matters Debt recovery Winding up applications Construction disputes Property law disputes Mining and resources disputes Joint venture disputes IP and IT Disputes Trade practices disputes Defamation actions and defences Commercial disputes Partnership, company and shareholder disputes Trans-Tasman disputes Misconduct and professional licencing advocacy White collar offences Quantum Range of Disputes Lovegrove Solicitors accept instructions in matters ranging from $30,000 to $100,000,000. We have conduct of matters currently in Victoria, NSW, Queensland and in recent weeks have secured major wins in the NSW Supreme Court, the Building Appeals Board Victoria and the County Court of Victoria. Our typical dispute quantum range is between $50,000 and $10,000,000.
Level 2, 405 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne CBD VIC 3000

Arbitration and Mediation (ADR) Lawyers

Disputes are sometimes inevitable between individuals or between parties. Instead of bringing the problem to court, both parties can reach an agreement with the help of a third party or mediator or an arbiter. Arbitration and mediation happens in a confidential setting; thus there is no danger that any confidential information about the dispute or settlement will leak to unauthorized ears.

What is Arbitration and Mediation (ADR)?

Arbitration and mediation (also known as alternative dispute resolution or ADR) is a form of dispute resolution wherein no court hearing is involved. Parties in dispute who agree to go into the arbitration and mediation process undergo a legal proceeding under the guidance of an arbiter or mediator. The arbiter or mediator uses a legal technique in resolving the dispute of the disputant parties. The process that arbiters use in solving disputes may be similar to that used in court hearings. Arbiters are given the power to make legal decisions concerning the dispute. Meanwhile, both parties in dispute must agree to whatever decisions that arbitration and mediation lawyers come up with in the course of the arbitration and mediation process.

Who Needs Arbitration and Mediation Lawyers?

There are certain circumstances that a dispute can be solved without a court hearing. It may be that both parties do not want the case to go into court because they do not want the public to know about the dispute. In cases such as this, parties in dispute can hire arbitration and mediation lawyers to help them come up with an agreement and a settlement over the problem.

Some of the many cases that arbitration and mediation lawyers may be of much help are:

  • Labor disputes such as unjust termination, compensation problems, discrimination in the workplace, harassment, grievances, and labor management
  • Family disputes such as concerning family businesses, adult sibling conflicts, eldercare issues, child custody and visitation, financial support to children and spouse, divorce and separation, and budget disagreements
  • Consumer disputes
  • Disputes between states and investors
  • Commercial disputes
  • Partnership disputes
  • Disputes over contracts of any kind
  • Medical malpractice
  • Disputes between landlords and tenants
  • Disputes between homeowners and contractors or builders or realtors
  • Environmental and land use disputes
  • Disputes between insurance companies and insurance holders

Arbitration and mediation lawyers are specifically trained on the legal aspects of these areas. They are trained well to help disputant parties come up with an agreement and make a settlement on the existing problem without further bringing the problem into court. All transactions done with arbitration and mediation lawyers are usually kept confidential so people who hire their services can be sure that confidential information regarding the dispute and the settlement will not reach the knowledge of the public.

If you are looking for help over a certain dispute you want to be kept confidential, ask the advice of an arbitration and mediation lawyer.