You Have Choices (Litigation Versus Mediation)

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Litigation and mediation are both ways to get a dispute resolved.

December 14, 2020
Christopher G. Hill - Construction Law Musings

As I sit here thinking about an impending trial in the Goochland County General District Court, it hit me that I also serve as a mediator in that court from time to time. Coincidentally, I will be “wearing both hats” (litigator and mediator) this week on back to back days. It will be interesting to have to switch roles so quickly on back to back days.

While I don’t have the results of this thought experiment as I sit here typing this post, the timeline does bring into focus the two possible avenues to resolve a dispute. Neither is perfect and either works in the proper situation. Both lend a final “result” and closure to the dispute, they just each do so in a different manner and with a different role for me, the construction attorney/construction mediator.

Mr. Hill may be contacted at chrisghill@constructionlawva.com



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