Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) has proven to be an effective and cost-efficient substitute to resolve business, technical, and other types of disputes. Vandeventer Black’s team of ADR attorneys serve as mediators, arbitrators, partnering facilitators, and neutrals in a variety of business and technical disputes.

Several of our ADR attorneys serve on American Arbitration Association, are members of Dispute Resolution Boards, and other ADR organizations panels of neutrals for specific industries, such as constructionfinance, and securities disputes.  Many of our ADR attorneys are certified as mediators for court-referred disputes by the Virginia Supreme Court and the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission, in addition to having acted as partnering facilitators for complex construction projects.

Not only do we regularly act as neutrals in disputes, but we also have extensive experience representing our clients in mediation, arbitration, in front of dispute resolution boards, early neutral evaluations, mini-trials, and in a variety of  litigation alternatives.

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Virtually Impossible: Eleventh Circuit’s Denial of Non-Parties Attending Arbitration Hearings Via Video or Telephone
Gaela Normile
In the age of COVID, it is a rarity for hearings, oral arguments, client meetings, or any other legal proceeding to be held in-person. Instead, lawyers, judges, arbitrators, and all other legal figures are relying on their computers and telephones to keep the dockets moving. With the relative ease of ...
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To Infinity and Beyond Immediate Parties: The Fourth and Ninth Circuit Split on the Enforceability of “Infinite Arbitration Clauses”
Dustin M. Paul, Gaela Normile
Imagine walking into an AT&T store to sign up for a service plan and buy a new cellphone. Perhaps, you are excited to finally get your hands on the latest iPhone. At the same time your new phone is placed into one hand, a pen is placed into the other ...
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PPP Loan Forgiveness Application, After the Payroll Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020
Ray W. King
This Article is based on information available as of June 18, 2020.  The information is subject to change as additional guidance is provided.  In mid-May the SBA published the PPP Loan Forgiveness Application (SBA Form 3508).  Following the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 becoming law, the SBA published ...
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