Since 1995, Bruce E Radek, a prominent member of the State of Tennessee Bar, a licensed mediator and Nashville attorney, has earned a reputation from both clients and peers as a distinguished and highly respected mediator, demonstrating the highest level of ability, dedication and service to the interests of his clients.
Bruce E Radek, a Nashville mediator and attorney specializes in mediation, and is admitted to the United States District Court, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Licensed in 1995, Bruce is also a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Mediator.
Mediation is a flexible, informal and confidential process. In mediation, a neutral (the mediator) facilitates communication and negotiations to assist disputing parties in reaching a mutually acceptable resolution. Unlike a Judge, a jury, or an arbitrator, a mediator does not decide the outcome of the dispute, but helps the parties to do so.
Nashville Mediation use a variety of techniques to help the parties examine their underlying interests, needs and priorities and explore more creative resolutions, including options not available through trial or arbitration. Some of the common approaches include: helping the parties effectively express their perspective; clarifying the parties' issues, interests and needs; helping the parties identify options for resolution; acting as an intermediary in negotiations between the parties.
The parties actually involved in the dispute attend and participate more actively than in other dispute resolution processes. There are many different mediation styles, and most involve a joint meeting of all participants. Many mediators also meet with the individual parties and their attorneys in private sessions. In these meetings, the participants discuss the problems, issues and potential solutions, rather than presenting evidence and arguments to a third-party decision maker. With limited exceptions, the discussions and any documents prepared in the mediation are confidential and cannot be admitted as evidence in non-criminal proceedings.
If the parties reach an agreement in mediation, they may specify that it will be enforceable by the Court. Because the resolution is decided by the parties rather than forced upon them, settlements achieved in mediation are more likely to be carried out and often improve relationships between the parties.
Nashville Mediation provides legal services in a wide array areas, including:
- Contract Law
- Divorce Law
- Entertainment Law
- Estate Planning
- Family Law
- Juvenile Law
- Mediation and Arbitration
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