MEDIATION & ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLTION
Mr. Weaver has successfully mediated hundreds of cases involving a variety of subject areas from business disputes to complex construction matters.
Mediation is a facilitated negotiation. It is a process by which a neutral third party, the mediator, assists disputing parties in reaching a mutually satisfactory resolution. It is a non-adversarial approach to conflict resolution where the parties may communicate directly. The role of the mediator is to facilitate communication between the parties, assist them on focusing on real issues of the dispute, explore alternatives to litigation, and generate options for a settlement. Such exploration of alternatives has been a direct result of the often-voiced frustration and disappointment associated with the use of our justice system as a means of dispute resolution.
AVOID EXPENSIVE, INCONVENIENT, AND STRESSFUL LITIGATION THROUGH MEDIATION
successfully mediated hundreds of cases involving a variety of subject areas
WAGE & EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CASES
MR. WEAVER BACKGROUND
Mr. Weaver has been a mediator for the Circuit Court for Frederick County and other courts since 2001. Through appointment by the courts and at the request of his colleagues, Mr. Weaver has successfully mediated hundreds of cases involving a variety of subject areas, including but not limited to, personal injury, business disputes, wage and employment discrimination cases, and complex construction matters. Mr. Weaver has also served as a mediator for the Maryland Association of Realtors. As an adjunct professor at Hood College, Mr. Weaver taught a class in negotiation and conflict resolution.