Litigation, by its very nature, is expensive and time-consuming. For individuals and businesses facing the prospect of litigation, or in the midst of litigation, alternative dispute resolution may present a more efficient tool for resolving a legal dispute on terms acceptable to the client.

Wolfe Law evaluates whether mediation or arbitration are appropriate, based on the specific facts of a given case, to help clients avoid the expenses of litigation.


  • In an executive employment dispute, the firm’s client (a tech COO) received a demand for six-figure-damages and enforcement of onerous restrictive covenants. After responding with counterclaims against the former employer, negotiated a settlement where the former employer paid the firm’s client and agreed to significantly reduced restrictive covenant provisions.