Mediate a legal dispute - Hutchison & Steffen Law Firm

When You Should Mediate A Legal Dispute

If your business is involved in a legal dispute, you may voluntarily agree or be required to participate in mediation. Mediation is an alternative way of settling disputes that involves negotiation with support from a neutral third-party. Typically, mediation involves key decision makers from each party, as well as their legal counsel. The mediator begins…

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Best Law Firms 2019

The Firm is pleased to announce it has been named in the 2019 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers®. The Firm was recognized for work in its appellate practice, commercial litigation, and trusts & estates litigation. The “Best Law Firms” ranking is based on a combination of client feedback, information provided to the publication through…


Marijuana and Management

How your business can improve productivity, mitigate risk, and increase employee safety through drug screenings A Growing Problem For the past 40 years, the most significant threat to workplace safety and productivity has been substance abuse. Now, with the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in several states, including Nevada, employers can expect to struggle…


You got a letter from the government: WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

No matter the size of your business or the industry in which you operate, there is almost certainly at least one government agency tasked with regulating your activities. More often than not, your business is allowed to open—and stay open—solely at the grace of some official body. And if it is not your business that…

Actual resolution of legal issues depends upon many factors, including variations of fact and state laws. This article is not intended to provide legal advice on specific subjects, but rather to provide insight into legal developments and issues. The reader should always consult with legal counsel before taking any action on matters covered by this article. Nothing herein should be construed to create or offer the existence of any attorney-client relationship.