Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that is facilitated by a neutral third party. Mediation can be a very cost-effective way of handling a dispute that might otherwise need to be decided through more expensive court proceedings. Acting as a facilitator, a mediator helps clarify issues, identifies differences and negotiates a resolution that works for all parties. A mediator doesn't provide legal advice or recommend the terms of an agreement. Instead, a mediator assists those in conflict to reach an agreement.
Thank you Anna and staff. Yesterday was exhausting as you said but it was also interesting to watch the whole process. It was also refreshing to see such strength , kindness and compassion on your part in what looks to be a very harsh, ruthless environment. Thank you for your perseverance throughout the day to reach the best deal for M. that you could under the circumstances. It is a relief to know that this part of the process is over and that he now has a much better chance of securing a peaceful life. - J.
Hello, finally stopping by to say thank you for everything! I had the honor of having Jill McCartney work my case, amazing person to work with she is very nice, explains things very thoroughly. No complaints. - K.W.
As the COO of a midsize company I contacted Siskinds with regards to an intricate and somewhat challenging H.R. issue, and we were directed to Christopher Sinal. Upon review of this complex situation, his in depth knowledge of H.R. law allowed us to construct a clear and strategic plan. Phone calls and email enquiries were dealt with efficiently and timely. Chris displayed his competency and confidence in our final negotiations to bring closure to the case. We appreciate his preparedness and professionalism in representing our firm. - B.D.