There are alternatives to traditional litigation.

Litigation can prove time-consuming and become costly, so even a trial win may not be the best way to resolve disputes.  Our attorneys can use arbitration, mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) as pragmatic ways to meet our clients' needs.

Here at Gravis Law we understand that the traditional litigation process has its drawbacks when it comes to seeking resolution for some disputes. As such, we sometimes recommend mediation or arbitration as an alternative depending on the situation and facts of the case that are available to us. There is no doubt that there are cases wherein the time and financial constraints make litigation an unnecessary process. During these cases we will recommend mediation or arbitration in order to resolve issues in a more timely and economically feasible manner.

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We serve people and communities across the nation by providing accessible and uncomplicated access to world-class legal services.

Reducing litigation stress, increasing case resolution.

Litigation can prove time-consuming and become costly, so even a trial win may not be the best way to resolve disputes.  Our attorneys can use arbitration, mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) as pragmatic ways to meet our clients' needs.

Our reputation for thorough preparation and aggressive advocacy enables our clients a range of options reach a favorable settlement before or during trial or seek ADR resources.

Our substantial experience includes:

  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Summary jury trial
  • Early neutral evaluation
  • Moderated Settlement
  • Conciliation

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