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How to find a qualified commercial mediator or arbitrator in Nebraska

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For litigators, representing parties in conflict is work enough when you are juggling expectations, strategies, rules, and deadlines. Whether you have an interest in enhancing litigation or avoiding it altogether, Affirmative Dispute Resolution is here to make ADR less work for you. An earlier post addressed some of the considerations for parties and their lawyers when choosing between litigation, mediation and arbitration as a dispute resolution strategy.

Once you have chosen an alternative dispute resolution method, the next question is naturally, who should be hired to provide the ADR service? Until recently, that question was not always easy to answer. Typically counsel for the parties would need to engage in a protracted search for possible neutrals available to mediate or arbitrate in Nebraska. Finding impartial candidates and making comparisons between them was difficult and time-consuming. In short, alternative dispute resolution as a strategy could at times seem like too much busy work.

ADR Neutral FinderAs part of Affirmative Dispute Resolution’s mission to make ADR less work for you, we have introduced a very useful feature to our website. Using the ADR Neutral Finder, you can select a desired service and case type. Once you identify a qualified mediator or arbitrator on our roster, you can then schedule with them using real-time availability.  This can be done online by counsel simultaneously, drastically reducing the amount of time required for necessary due diligence.

For example, if you have a construction defect case and would like to mediate, you can select mediation as a procedure, construction defect as a case type, and then only those qualified neutrals that are willing to provide mediation in construction defect cases are displayed. A brief summary of their qualifications helps you choose between multiple mediators. You can then schedule a telephonic introduction or mediation session.

By streamlining the ADR process, Affirmative Dispute Resolution aims to make alternative dispute resolution more efficient and less work. Give our ADR Neutral Finder a try! Welcome to the future of dispute resolution — Affirmative Dispute Resolution.

Ben Thompson
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Ben Thompson

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.
Ben Thompson
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