Successfully Resolving Business And Compliance Matters For Over 20 Years
At Sharma Mediation & Arbitration Inc. in Madison, we offer knowledgeable legal service and outstanding client care to small businesses and individuals. We are result-oriented and provide clients with effective and cost-efficient representation tailored to fit their specific needs.
Through personal client care and strong advocacy, our dedicated focus allows us to understand your circumstances and meet your needs. For help from an experienced lawyer who cares about you and your legal matter, contact our firm. Let us help settle your dispute so you can get back to business.
Strong Representation To Help Resolve Your Dispute In A Timely Manner
Attorney Jaya Sharma has a reputation for being a fair and impartial mediator and arbitrator. As legal counsel and as a neutral in the capacity of an arbitrator or mediator in resolving commercial and noncommercial disputes, Ms. Sharma has experience resolving a variety of disputes, including those involving:
- Highway construction
- Building construction
- Developing public policy
- Federally funded grant compliance matters
- Workplace civil rights violations
- Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) cases
- Employment discrimination
- Wrongful termination
- Workplace and sexual harassment
- Bankruptcy foreclosure mediation
- E-discovery disputes involving electronically stored information
- Automobile lemon law disputes
- Third-party administration of class action cases
Differences Between Mediation And Arbitration
Mediation and arbitration are forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). This means they are methods of resolving disputes or disagreements without going to court. Mediation is a voluntary, confidential process in which a mediator facilitates a discussion to assist the disputing parties in reaching an agreed-upon resolution. This allows parties to attain a voluntary settlement agreement.
Arbitration is a confidential dispute resolution process where a neutral arbitrator renders a binding decision to resolve the dispute, much like a judge in a judicial court proceeding. In this respect arbitration is like having a judge render a verdict in court.
Regardless of which form of ADR you choose, both alternatives offer confidentiality and time and cost savings to the parties.