The Value of Closure

Whether your lawsuit involves a personal injury claim, a dispute over a Trust or Probate, a breach of contract, or something else, one thing is universal: No one comes to litigation because things are going well. Unfortunately, litigation is also the least efficient and often most expensive means of trying to achieve resolution, not just…

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How a Mediator Should Prepare

Failing to prepare is preparing to fail. Your attorney should know the case thoroughly and be ready for any unexpected surprises. Your mediator is no different. Starting a mediation cold – or worse, on the wrong foot – can lead to delay or hinder negotiations. Lorenz Mediation is different because of our process, which lets…

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Has Your Case Reached a Stalemate?

As a litigator, you can often objectively assess a case and see a range of potential reasonable outcomes up front, but clients are a different story. At the outset of a case, they are often too fueled by emotion or principles to consider compromise. But there comes a point in litigation where your client is…

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