Alternative Dispute Resolution

Most disputes are settled before going to trial. Taylor McCaffrey LLP’s Alternative Dispute Resolution lawyers are experts at resolving legal battles outside of the court system to help parties creatively, cost-effectively and reasonably solve disputes in a time-sensitive and confidential manner. We work with clients in a variety of industries and have experience in Manitoba and across multiple jurisdictions.

The most common methods, often used in conjunction with each other, including arbitration, mediation and negotiation.  Because every instance varies in complexity, Taylor McCaffrey LLP’s lawyers will work with you to determine the best course of action to try to ensure you reach a satisfactory outcome, without having to foot the bill of costly litigation.

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