A confidential settlement statement for construction case. Construction projects often produce disputes. Mediation can help resolve such disputes, quickly, confidentially, and efficiently.
Forms of mediation vary greatly, from facilitative (with the mediator encouraging parties to consider the benefits of settlement, and creative alternatives for dispute resolution), to evaluative (with the mediator providing a non-binding assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of positions, to help parties rationally evaluate the benefits of settlement), and a variety of other forms. Mediators, moreover, vary, from subject matter experts (including non-lawyer professionals) to experts in dispute resolution (including ex-judges and highly experienced counsel).
Get a process, and a mediator, that is right for your dispute. Even if the process is not specified in a contract, or if mediation is directed by a court, you still have the ability to shape the process (on agreement with the adversary). Since you share an interest in ensuring that the process succeeds, early discussion with adversaries about the needs of the dispute should be a high priority.
Two separate documents. First is the jury questionnaire to be used to poll jury. Second document is voir dire questions in an employment/breach of contract case
Answer that was filed in a multi million dollar lawsuit where the claims where breach of contract and Equitable relief and Lien Foreclosure
When sending a Notice of Intent to Lien, you are required to give Notice to the property owner that a Lien will be filed. It informs them of their obligation to inform their lenders of the pending lien against title.
Defendants’ Motion in Limine RE Reference to the Americans With Disabilities Act or Fair Housing Act – Civil Law Legal Document
Motion filed by a party to ask the court for an order to limit or prevent evidence from being presented by the other side during trial.
Included in package is complaint, summons and civil cover sheet. Complaint includes breach of contract, Quantum Meruit and/or Unjust Enrichment and Violation of C.R.S. § 38-22-127 (requesting treble damages)