Our attorneys offer Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) services, such as mediation and arbitration, in Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin. We can host mediation in our offices or another setting agreeable to the parties. As neutrals, we are committed to facilitating a quality impartial professional process that allows people to be heard, respects the confidentiality of the parties, and results in resolution.
Mike Bradley is a qualified neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice and is listed as a neutral for civil matters on the roster established by the State Court Administrator. He is licensed to practice law in Minnesota and Wisconsin and has had a successful 17 year legal career working on a wide variety of legal issues. Over the course of his career, Mike has handled employment matters, executive compensation agreements, non-compete agreements, business contracts, real estate and probate matters, and insurance personal injury cases. His unique problem-solving skills, legal experience, and interpersonal skills make him an effective neutral.
Jon Koebrick is a neutral who is licensed to practice law in Iowa. Jon has years of experience working with local governments and negotiating complex contracts for large corporations. Jon‘s years of navigating through difficult negotiations makes him an effective neutral.
Our neutrals will only provide ADR services if they have the necessary qualifications to satisfy the reasonable expectations of the parties. The areas of law in which we can provide ADR services include the following:
While Mediation and Arbitration are the most popular methods of ADR, there are many ADR processes available to help resolve disputes. You may wish to discuss the different ADR processes with our neutrals.
To engage our ADR services, please contact Mike Bradley or Jon Koebrick. They will take the time to review the matter with the parties and/or attorneys, discuss any conflicts, confidentiality and fees. An agreement for ADR services will be entered into prior to services being rendered and the agreed upon fees will be paid prior to the ADR session.
People choose ADR for many different reasons and at different stages of a disagreement. Many parties voluntarily choose ADR. Others may have agreed to ADR as a method of dispute resolution in a contract, or were ordered to ADR by a court. Generally speaking, parties are looking for a fair and impartial process, managed by a skilled neutral that will foster a respectful environment and focus on resolution of the dispute.
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