Alternative Dispute Resolution
Helping parties avoid the uncertainty and cost of litigation in the courts, through mediation or arbitration, and achieving a timely and just result are the guiding principles of Ferro Labella & Weiss’s highly regarded ADR practice.
Often, the skills and experience of a mediator or arbitrator are the most critical factors in achieving a successful ADR outcome. Fortunately for clients, FLW’s alternative dispute resolution practice is co-chaired by two of New Jersey’s most experienced and effective jurists: the Honorable Peter E. Doyne, (Ret.) and the Honorable Robert P. Contillo, (Ret.).
Judge Doyne is a distinguished, twenty-two-year veteran of the New Jersey Judiciary, having served as Presiding Judge of the Chancery Division, Presiding Judge of the Law Division and ultimately as Assignment Judge for the Bergen County Vicinage. Before his elevation to the Bench, Judge Doyne was a prolific practicing litigator and trial lawyer in the state and federal courts.
Judge Contillo, a distinguished sixteen-year veteran of the New Jersey Judiciary, served twelve years in the Chancery Division and eight as Presiding Judge, handling both General Equity and Probate cases. Before his elevation to the Bench, Judge Contillo maintained a well regarded commercial law practice.
Attorneys and clients who have worked with Judges Doyne and Contillo can attest to the fact that their insights, dedication, commitment, and results are exceptional.
Ferro Labella & Weiss’s ADR practice is designed to help litigants achieve a timely and cost-effective outcome. FLW’s state-of-the art mediation center exemplifies the firm’s dedication to that goal.
FLW attorneys mediate and arbitrate in a wide variety of business and personal disputes, including:
- Commercial disputes
- Trust/Probate matters
- Oppressed minority shareholder actions and other shareholder disputes
- Contract disputes
- Breach of restrictive covenants
- Limited liability company disputes
- Employment disputes, including CEPA and LAD claims
- Real estate disputes
- Medical and legal malpractice
- Personal injury matters