Drummond Woodsum attorneys have extensive experience and an excellent track record in mediation law and arbitration law including success serving as mediators in a wide range of disputes. Our mediators assist parties in reaching settlements in employment discrimination cases, commercial litigation matters, construction disputes, complex personal injury cases, medical and legal malpractice actions, and real estate disputes. One of our mediator-attorneys, Jerry Crouter, was selected in 2010 as the lawyer of the Year for Alternative Dispute Resolution in Portland, Maine by Best Lawyers in America.
We also serve as arbitrators, both individually and as members of a panel, on cases involving employment, commercial litigation, banking and financial institutions, construction disputes, personal injury, family business disputes and real estate.
A unique feature of our practice is that our Portland office space was designed to facilitate the mediation law and arbitration law practice. We have several spacious and comfortable conference rooms that make it possible for our attorneys to mediate cases of all sizes, from two-party to complex multi-party cases.
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