Construction Law Section Meeting and CLE with Dale Clary
Many construction case mediations are unproductive because the parties or the lawyers (or both) don’t have the case properly primed for resolution. Construction disputes are unique and there is no set formula for when the case is “ready”. However, there are some guideposts which help the attorney and the client determine if the case is ready for mediation. This seminar will explore guideposts, including necessary parties, expert consultations, targeted depositions, early mediator involvement, knowledge depth of the merits, insurance or surety issues, targeted motions, premediating the mediation, the attitude of the parties and more.