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Avoiding Litigation Through Mediation Contract Clauses

Avoiding Litigation Through Mediation Contract Clauses by Gary Shaffer

{3 minutes to read}  Alan Gettner and I recently published an article in the Fall 2018 issue of New York Dispute Resolution Lawyer that described a simple method of using a mediation clause in a contract to avoid costly litigation. The gist of it is a relatively short “notice and disclosure” provision in the contract that requires parties to:

  1. Notify the other side of any dispute before commencing a lawsuit.
  2. Provide relevant documents and information about the dispute.

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An honors graduate of Harvard University and the Cardozo Law School of Yeshiva University, where he also served on the Law Review, Gary brings more than 30 years of litigation and negotiation experience to his practice as a mediator. He has successfully negotiated and mediated resolutions in family matters, employment cases, commercial disputes, personal injury cases, and major civil rights matters.

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