Disputes happen. Minnesota law recognizes that it is preferable for disputing parties to settle their own disputes. Before any trial in a lawsuit, the courts will mandate that the disputing parties meet to try to settle their dispute by engaging a mutually agreeable neutral mediator to assist them in trying to reach their own resolution of their dispute.
KLF provides mediation services. Such services include Mediation, Mini-Trial, and/or Mediation-Arbitration in many areas of the law including:
KLF’s attorney, Larry A. Koch J.D., L.L.M., is a qualified neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice. You can find his listing on the Minnesota Judicial Branch Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Rule 114 Roster of Qualified Neutrals ” athttps://adrroster.courts.state.mn.us/ Larry’s wide range of experience can assist parties in settling their disputes through agreement.
The Mediation process generally involves the neutral mediator meeting jointly or separately with the disputing parties and their attorneys if they are represented by attorneys. The mediator often uses shuttle diplomacy between the parties to assist the parties in trying to reach a settlement of their dispute.