While conflict is inevitable, we have an affirmative choice of how to respond to disputes. There are better choices than fighting for a win-lose outcome or avoiding a dispute that needs to be confronted.
Traditional dispute resolution through court is necessary sometimes, and when it happens Affirmative Dispute Resolution can support the process. ADR assists with case evaluation, resolving discovery disputes, facilitating settlement conferences, and mediation efforts.
When parties in conflict agree that it makes sense to employ alternative dispute resolution methods, Affirmative Dispute Resolution can manage the process. ADR provides third party neutrals to assist with evaluation, conciliation, mediation or arbitration of disputes.
Based in Omaha, Affirmative Dispute Resolution can provide ADR services and Nebraska mediators and neutrals throughout the state for a variety of disputes.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (the “FHFA”) recently announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have implemented an independent dispute resolution process for resolving repurchase ...Read more
Joseph Muller, Esq. Affirmative Dispute Resolution is pleased to add attorney Joseph Muller to its ADR neutral roster to assist with mediation and arbitration in Nebraska. Joe Muller ...Read more
Retired Judge Sievers surrenders robe but not interest in resolving conflict Joins ADR neutral roster to mediate, arbitrate disputes out of court Lincoln, NE (February 12, 2015) — Richard ...Read more
Kirk S. Blecha, Esq. Affirmative Dispute Resolution is pleased to add attorney Kirk Blecha to its ADR neutral roster to assist with arbitration in Nebraska. Blecha has nearly 40 years of ...Read more