International Mediation and Arbitration Services
Dispute resolution allows parties to come to an agreement that works in their best interests and is often less time-consuming and costly than litigation. Going to trial does not always necessarily bring the best end-result. Both mediation and arbitration services are available at Lorandos Joshi. The firm can provide dispute resolution services for issues ranging from employment contracts to international business conflicts.
At Lorandos Joshi, we provide exceptional arbitration and mediation services for individuals, corporations and businesses around the world. The firm's practice has unique capabilities that span international borders due to a diverse team of attorneys, researchers and investigators. We are fluent in Spanish, Hindi, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, and Gujarati. If your dispute crosses borders, we have transnational services that can assist you. The firm's offices are based in the Detroit area (Ann Arbor), Washington, D.C., and an affiliate in India. We are ready to respond to your mediation and arbitration needs immediately.
Mediation and arbitration issues include:
- Employment law issues
- Business disputes
- Business tort
- Family and matrimonial issues such as divorce
- Health care disputes
- Commercial law
- International business disputes
Mediation: Working Toward a Positive Outcome
The team at Lorandos Joshi includes an experienced attorney who is also a certified mediator. Bruce D. Bielawa is a certified mediator and has done mediation work for the Wayne Mediation Center and the Washtenaw County Dispute Resolution Center.
Mediation is the process by which a neutral third party facilitates discussions between disputing parties. If an agreement is reached, it is not binding even if litigation were to ensue. The court would not be obligated to follow it. Other benefits of mediation are that it can be done prior to litigation and can be less time-consuming and costly.
International Business Arbitration
Arbitration is similar to mediation; however it can be either binding or nonbinding. This dispute resolution method is more like a courtroom in that the neutral third party will not work to come to common ground but is only there to facilitate the process. Arbitration is often used in commercial and international business law.
International attorney, Ashish S. Joshi, is licensed to practice in India. He has international business arbitration experience, including representing corporate clients, Indian and foreign, in arbitration proceedings under the Indian Arbitration Act 1940 and Arbitration & Conciliation Act 1996.
For a consultation with an experienced Lorandos Joshi lawyer, call 734-545-2919 or send the firm an e-mail.
From its offices in Washington, D.C., the Detroit/Ann Arbor area and India, Lorandos Joshi can represent clients in matters throughout the United States and around the world.