Mediation & Arbitration
Attorneys who practice Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) at Jennings Haug Cunningham represent businesses, government entities and individuals involved in business disputes, employment matters, environmental disputes, and personal injury or property damage claims.
ADR encompasses primarily arbitration and mediation. These services are designed to reduce risk and resolve conflicts outside of litigation, saving both sides a significant amount of time, money and resources.
Business disputes often involve relationships with landlords/tenants, employees, partners, suppliers or vendors. The arbitration and mediation process can remove the inhibiting emotional barriers to conflict resolution, paving the way for a settlement. Mediation is a voluntary process that enables the parties to determine the conditions of their settlement. The arbitration process, which is often required by contract, employs a neutral third party, who will reach a decision that is binding for each side.
ADR services are available, but not limited to, disputes in the following areas:
- General business
- Commercial real estate
- Personal injury
Our Mediation and Conference Center is equipped with four segregated conference rooms and the latest in digital audio, video and Internet technology to support the ADR process.
Chad L. Schexnayder, Jack R. Cunningham, John G. Sinodis, Brian D. Myers, Blake E. Whiteman, William F. Haug, Alana L. Porrazzo, Thomas Edward Mitchell and Paul J. Roshka lead the firm’s alternative dispute resolution practice.
In addition to our attorneys representing clients in mediation and arbitration proceedings, Jennings Haug Cunningham also provides mediator and arbitrator services in Arizona to implement the process. John Sinodis and Jack R. Cunningham are trained mediators, having participated in mediation training through the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law. Jack R. Cunningham also serves as a private arbitrator in personal injury and commercial disputes.
In the area of construction and business law, William Haug has served as a mediator and arbitrator for more than 35 years. He has extensive experience as both a mediator and arbitrator in construction related matters, and general business law. He is a member of the American Arbitration Association’s Commercial and Construction Panels. Chad Schexnayder also serves as a mediator and arbitrator, and has done so for many years in a broad range of disputes.
Contact the mediation and arbitration lawyers at Jennings Haug Cunningham. We serve business clients nationwide in resolving claims arising throughout the state of Arizona, including the greater metropolitan Phoenix area, Tucson, Flagstaff, Yuma, and Prescott; and accept select cases elsewhere in the southwestern United States, including in California and Colorado.