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A distinguishing feature of Affirmative Dispute Resolution is the focus on the variety of procedures possible beyond mediation or arbitration.

The Daily Record

Affirmative Dispute Resolution profiled in Daily Record newspaper

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Thank you to Dennis Friend and the editorial staff at Omaha’s Daily Record for the kind feature story about Affirmative Dispute Resolution.  The article provides a closer look at the impetus, founding and business model for Affirmative Dispute Resolution.  Mediation and arbitration are just some of the many ways that Affirmative Dispute Resolution can assist parties and their counsel with regaining control over the dispute resolution process.

These “third-party neutrals” are the people Thompson calls “the real face of Affirmative Dispute Resolution. Currently there are six highly qualified neutrals available, including a retired judge, experienced mediators and arbitrators and a conflict specialist.”

The roster of qualified neutrals allows a quicker resolution to a dispute, Thompson said, because “when parties are ready to mediate a dispute, they’re ready now, not six or eight months from now. Longer delays are more likely to jeopardize dispute resolution.”

Thompson said his firm now can ease scheduling, communication and facility-availability issues,  so they “no longer burden the neutral or the attorneys that represent the parties in conflict. In addition, as the local roster grows, it becomes easier to find a qualified neutral with the experience sought.”

The entire article can be read online at the Daily Record’s website here.

Learn more about the neutrals on the ADR roster and the ADR services they provide at our website — www.mediatewithADR.com.

Ben Thompson discusses dispute resolution strategies with an ADR coordinator.
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Ben Thompson is an attorney licensed in California, Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska. He is the founder of Affirmative Dispute Resolution, a provider of ADR services in Omaha, Nebraska.
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