What is PREMi?
PREMi is an organization of attorney dispute resolution experts who have numerous years of experience in both conflict resolution processes and subject matter knowledge in many industries and disciplines.
PREMi ADR Spotlight
Oakland County Legal News
‘Shall we dance?’
By Earlene R. Baggett-Hayes
and Joyce A. G. Mitchell
Co-mediation is a conflict resolution approach that has many similarities to the tango. The tango is a ballroom and social dance that originated in the 1880s along the border between Uruguay and Argentina. While the dance itself has three (3) basic steps, it is generally known for bringing people together, often as observers, as well as participants. It is a visual display of symmetry, consensus, purpose, and natural movement which evokes a spirit of excitement, adoration, and anticipation…
Mediator of the Month
Earlene Baggett-Hayes is a mediator and arbitrator. She has a national ADR practice
and is a Distinguished Fellow
of the International Academy
of Mediators (IAM). She is also
a member of the Professional Resolution Experts of Michigan (PREMi, http://premiadr.com).
Joyce A.G. Mitchell is a mediator and arbitrator. She has an international practice and is a Distinguished Fellow the vice-president of the International Academy of Mediators (IAM).
What WE Do…
Courtroom litigation can be expensive in both dollars and time.
That’s why you need PREMi.
Mediation: For lasting resolutions
Why PREMi? PREMi’s independent mediators have years of experience successfully helping parties settle a wide variety of disputes. Mediation allows the parties to shape their own resolutions, resulting in agreements that last.
What is mediation? A PREMi…
Arbitration: A Streamlined process to reach a decision
PREMi can customize an arbitration process to your unique case. We are innate problem solvers with a full range of subject matter expertise, able to focus on the issues and facts in the case and determine the right process. Feel free to call us Today.
Med-arb: An adaptation to conventional arbitration
Med-Arb is a combination of both resolution processes – Mediation and Arbitration. The parties agree in advance that they will first try to resolve the matter by mediation, and if they are not successful in resolving the dispute, then a PREMi…
Speak to a
PREMi is prepared to help you find
the right ADR professional – the best fit for
process and subject matter expertise-to meet
the unique needs of your dispute.
Contact Executive Director Bill Weber Who
will walk you through your options.
Plan a First Meeting
Whether by text, email, phone, video conference, or in person, PREMi will facilitate the first contact among attorneys and parties to help you design a dispute resolution process to fit your particular dispute. Do you need a facilitator, evaluator, negotiation coach, or an arbitrator? How many sessions? Who should attend? A PREMi professional can help you answer these critical questions and more.
Find the Right Mediator
A legal dispute can be one of the most difficult experiences a person may ever deal with. It is important that your mediator is a “good fit” for all participants and that the mediator is effective in resolving the dispute.