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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Can Protect Your Best Interests

For general contractors or anyone in the construction business, a lawsuit can be devastating to your business. Even if you win your claim, protracted courtroom litigation is extremely expensive and time-consuming. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is one of the most effective ways to avoid exposure and protect your interests in construction projects. It is critical to work with an experienced lawyer who can make sure the ADR provisions in your contracts protect your interests and protect your rights through the resolution process when disputes arise. At Bowles & Verna LLP, our alternative dispute resolution attorneys have a wealth of experience and knowledge in construction ADR matters, backed by our more than 25 years as a law firm. We represent general contractors and other clients in Walnut Creek and throughout California in transactional and litigation matters involving ADR.

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ADR Provisions In Construction Contracts

As a general contractor, the ADR provisions in your contracts need to strike a balance. You need to make sure you are not overly exposed to costly litigation, but at the same time, you need to make sure you retain the right to obtain compensation if your contractual rights have been violated. Our attorneys will take the time to understand your interests and negotiate and draft contractual ADR provisions that strike this balance, making sure your rights are protected against any type of issue that may arise in the course of a construction project.

Helping Clients Through The ADR Process

When disputes arise, our lawyers can help you navigate the complex process of alternative dispute resolution, and make sure your rights are protected. Depending on the type of ADR provisions that are contained in your contract, we will represent your rights in the negotiations or provide you with sound legal counsel throughout the process.

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To speak with an experienced attorney from our firm in an initial consultation, call 925-935-3300 or contact us online.

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