We want what’s best for our clients. Sometimes that means using non-traditional models for resolving issues: models that avoid an automatic default to adversarial litigation; models that are designed to preserve working relationships by focusing on interests rather than rights. We have extensive experience in mediation-arbitration, interest-based bargaining, and negotiating ‘outside-of-the-box’ through creative problem-solving. We also see a growing need for interdisciplinary accommodation teams for complex accommodation cases, as well as an opportunity for the collaborative practice model (which is becoming a key vehicle for family law disputes) to be used more extensively in workplace settings. We look forward to helping you solve your problems in the best way that works for you.