Taft Cleveland Litigation chair David H. Wallace was a contributor to the June 13 Cleveland Jewish News article, “Mediation offers good alternative” in the Legal Affairs section of the periodical. In the article, Wallace explained that going to court can be expensive and time consuming. One alternative is to settle through mediation.
“It involves two parties coming together with the assistance of a mediator that engages the parties about the merits and the potential problems with the claims and them then trying to find a common ground for resolving those problems. Outcomes are unpredictable. If businesses can reach an outcome with mediation, they can control it and avoid the price of litigation,” said Wallace.
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Wallace represents clients in cases involving complex business litigation, class action and intellectual property litigation. His practice spans a diverse number of areas related to litigation including cybersecurity, employment and construction matters. He has state and federal court experience managing class action, derivative and multiparty litigation matters concerning intellectual property and employment.