Alternative Dispute Resolution: Using Mediation In Lieu of Litigation
Malka & Kravitz Dispute Resolution Group was founded by Harry Malka and Ian Kravitz, who both have decades of experience litigating construction cases. Mr. Malka and Mr. Kravitz, recognized as experts in Florida’s Construction Law, are both Board Certified in Construction Law by the Florida Bar. They are also certified by the Florida Supreme Court as Circuit Civil Mediators. With an office in Fort Lauderdale, and available throughout the State in person or via videoconference, they are uniquely skilled to assist parties with conflict resolution for construction law and commercial litigation cases throughout Florida.
Mediation As A Tool For Conflict Resolution
Mediation is a collaborative process in which parties work together in a confidential setting to settle their dispute. Often, it is required by courts in advance of proceeding to trial. When parties work together to resolve their differences and find solutions, they are more likely to abide by the outcome. Each party is more likely to be satisfied with the outcome of a case if they have had a say in how the issues get resolved. Mediation is also cost-effective, allowing parties to settle their dispute without the time and expense of a trial. However, finding an effective facilitator, or mediator, is key to achieving success with mediation and this alternative form of dispute resolution.
Construction Law Disputes And Mediation
Construction law matters can be complicated. Often, these kinds of cases require a special understanding of this niche area of the law. Mr. Malka and Mr. Kravitz are both Board Certified in Construction Law by the Florida Bar, this certification is the highest recognition of competence provided by the Florida Bar. With a deep and thorough understanding of the issues that arise in a construction dispute, and industry practices, they have the experience and expertise to understand the issues and to facilitate a resolution between parties in dispute over:
- Breach of Contract
- Claims of Lien
- Construction Bond claims
- Construction Defects
Rather than leaving the fate of your case to a judge who oversees a lot of different types of cases, or a jury who may be unfamiliar with the intricacies of construction law, let the industry experts at Malka & Kravitz Dispute Resolution Group lend their knowledge and experience to help you resolve your construction law disputes.
Does Your Case Need A Mediator Who Specializes In Construction Law? Call Today.
If your construction law case has been court-ordered to attempt the mediation process or you think your case would benefit from a mediation attempt, Malka & Kravitz Dispute Resolution Group can help. Call 954-836-0854 or reach out through the online form to schedule your initial consultation today.