By: Steve Lagoy
Mediation can be a great choice for small businesses looking to resolve a conflict quickly and quietly. Whether it is a dispute or disagreement within the company itself, or an issue with another business government entity, vendor, or client, small business mediation aims to provide an agreeable solution for both parties involved.
Small business mediation can be led by a West Chester mediator, from the law firm of Unruh, Turner, Burke & Frees, who meets with each party separately, then leads them in a joint discussion to resolve any issues. The end result is usually a written and signed agreement stipulating terms for both parties.
Situations that may lend themselves well to small business mediation include:
- Dissolution of a business partnership;
- Issues of company ownership;
- Leadership succession;
- Company mergers;
- Company Acquisitions;
- Disagreements within leadership (including when the business is family-owned);
- Non-profit issues;
- Monetary conflicts;
- Employee disputes;
- Problems with neighboring business, clients, or vendors; and
Typically, small business mediation can help a company save money and settle a dispute quicker than if they were to take the case to court.
Contacting a West Chester, Pennsylvania Mediation Attorney
If you’re currently experiencing a conflict or dispute at your company, consider small business mediation to negotiate a solution. Call 610-692-1371 to discuss your case with an experienced Pennsylvania mediation attorney at Unruh, Turner, Burke & Frees today.