Stanley A. Leasure, dba
Eminent Domain, ADR
Re: Services/Fees/ADR Services Available Nationwide
Over the course of my legal career, I represented parties in more than 200 eminent domain cases involving takings of improved and unimproved tracts; fee takings of partial and complete tracts; takings of permanent and temporary easements; and takings involving significant severance claims. My condemnation practice involved many types of projects, including streets, highways, drainage channels, lakes, dams, flood control structures, natural gas pipelines, sewer lines, water lines, public buildings, railroad spurs and electric transmission lines.
Since 1995, when I received my first mediation training, I have provided ADR services to parties and their attorneys involved in civil disputes on many occasions. In 2005 I joined the faculty of Missouri State University where I teach ADR and business law.
Subject matter expertise counts in resolving condemnation disputes. My training and experience in eminent domain and ADR combine to bring you the skills necessary to give you or your clients the chance to successfully resolve your condemnation case on reasonable terms, and for a fraction of the cost of traditional litigation. I offer ADR services on a nationwide basis.
Let’s address fees and expenses. From many years of professional practice I know cost matters. So there are no surprises, my charges are based on an agreed upon daily rate per party inclusive of expenses, with a one day minimum. For more information about my services or fees, please visit my website or contact me directly. I am available to provide services as an eminent domain mediator anywhere in the United States. I look forward to hearing from you.
Stanley A. Leasure, dba Eminent Domain ADR email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.edom-adr.com 1.417.522.4897
Mediation is a process at which a neutral third party, the mediator, helps parties to a dispute reach a settlement on terms the parties can live with. The mediator makes no decisions and cannot force a settlement. Mediation can occur, by agreement of the parties (or by court order) at any time during the life of a dispute, from a point before suit is filed to a point after judgment while the case is on appeal. In a nutshell, mediation is a process where the mediator helps the parties resolve their own dispute.
MODERATED SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE
In a Moderated Settlement Conference, the parties submit a summary of their cases to an independent third party who issues an advisory opinion. This advisory opinion can be used by the parties in further settlement discussions.Stanley A. Leasure, dba Eminent Domain ADR email: email@example.com website: www.edom-adr.com 1.417.522.4897