When Florida business owners like you run into issues with litigation, who do you turn to? What can you do about it? Handling conflicts and disputes in a quick and efficient manner can help you maintain good business relations and recover from potential setbacks with greater ease.
Accordingly, having an arsenal of ways to handle disputes can be a lifesaver for you and your business. Cornell Law School discusses one such method: alternative dispute resolution, or ADR. This is an umbrella term for any method of conflict resolution that does not involve litigation. Generally speaking, the only time a court is involved is if they must approve of the ADR option you decide on, but it is very rare for them to overturn it. Different types of ADR can include:
- Early neutral evaluation