Alternative Dispute Resolution
Some cases may be best resolved through Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). In addition to the expense associated with litigation in state or federal court, parties are often faced with the delay resulting from overcrowded courts and a system that is by definition both adversarial and public. For these reasons, more and more parties are turning to Greenberg Dauber Epstein & Tucker’s ADR Department – either mediation or arbitration – where the dispute can be resolved in a private, confidential setting.
While all of our litigators are experienced in representing clients in mediation and arbitration, members of our ADR group are skilled mediators and arbitrators who are frequently chosen or appointed to help resolve or adjudicate even the most difficult cases. The knowledge and experience of our ADR group provides the foundation for successful Alternative Dispute Resolution. Our ADR group includes a former New Jersey Superior Court judge who served in the Family, Criminal, Civil and Appellate Divisions, an arbitrator who has been on the American Arbitration Association panel of neutral arbitrators for more than 15 years and a seasoned mediator who has received recognition in both the public and private sector. Our ADR practitioners are frequently selected by members of the bar to mediate and arbitrate disputes. Each of our ADR practitioners is adept at facilitating a comfortable atmosphere where disputes can be addressed discreetly, promptly and with finality.
Linda Harvey is a partner in the Firm’s Alternative Dispute Resolution, Commercial Litigation and Employment Litigation Departments. Ms. Harvey has been affiliated with the firm » Read More
Judge Barbara Byrd Wecker, a retired Judge of the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, is Of Counsel to the law firm of Greenberg Dauber » Read More