Strategic Resolution Attorneys - Charleston, Charlotte, Columbia & Greenville

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and the wise counsel we provide to our clients has proven time and again that risk avoidance is better than risk mitigation and extended litigation.

Our experience as litigators has taught us that a strategic resolution is designed to serve specific goals and is implemented when it will have the greatest tactical advantage. The strategic resolution attorneys at Gallivan White Boyd offer a full range of alternative dispute resolution services to assist parties in litigated cases and reach a creative resolution prior to trial, verdict and appeal.

Services offered by our strategic resolution attorneys include:

  • Risk Avoidance Counseling
  • Pre-suit Evaluations
  • Negotiation Counseling and Services
  • Risk Mitigation Counseling
  • Disaster Response Counseling
  • Early Dispute Resolution Counseling
  • Mediation Strategy Planning
  • Pre-Suit Mediation Services
  • Mediation Services
  • Arbitration Services
  • Special Referee Services
  • Appellate Mediation Services

Our lawyers routinely provide these services in matters of commercial law, banking, construction and design, products liability, personal injury, professional negligence, transportation law, employment law and workers’ compensation. References are available upon request.

Gallivan White Boyd has received a number of accolades for alternative dispute resolution work, including the U.S. News & World Report’s ranking in Best Law Firms and Best Lawyers in Mediation.

Our law offices are located in Charleston, Charlotte, Columbia, and Greenville.

For more information or to speak with our strategic resolution attorneys, please contact one of our office locations:

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