WLA Evaluate

DECISIVE EARLY DISPUTE EVALUATION.

 

A unique service for the modern day General Counsel.

Evaluate disputes, choose your battles and manage your budget.

Our service offers answers to a General Counsel’s questions in the most challenging and vulnerable situations.

  • I need a quick view on what’s going on, but don’t have time to trawl through thousands of emails.
  • I recognize that all disputes carry some risk, but I need clear, succinct advice – not endless caveats about unknown factors.
  • My budget is increasingly stretched. I can’t fight every battle, so how do I choose which to prioritize?
  • How can I satisfy the Board that I’ve done sufficient due diligence to back up my recommendations?
  • We’re planning to mediate. How can I be better prepared, to improve my settlement odds?
  • I need to meet with employees involved in this investigation. How can I go prepared, and check that they’re straight with me?
  • I might want to consider alternative funding or insurance for this dispute. I need something that will help start the conversation.

 

Our dispute prevention practice helps you and your business to quickly and more confidently answer two fundamental questions that arise when disputes loom: how bad is it? And should we fight or settle?

Designed and optimized specifically to help you conduct an early evaluation, WLA places at your fingertips a proprietary combination of legal experience, forensic capability and the technology. After 7 to 14 days, you receive a succinct report, prepared by a WLA Evaluate member, that provides a clear summary of the merits of your position and decisive recommendation on how to proceed. All for a highly competitive and completely transparent, fixed fee

World’s finest Neutral Evaluators

The World bank has recommended in its report that Neutral Evaluation should be encouraged for resolution of disputes, which is a process in which each party is provided with the opportunity to present a summary of the case to a neutral person, an “evaluator,” who is most often an attorney or expert in the subject matter. The evaluator then presents the parties with a non-binding assessment of the merits of the case, including the strengths and weaknesses of each party’s evidence and arguments and how the dispute could be resolved between themselves.

Appoint a Neutral Evaluator

Call us at +91 8505999819 or Email at contact@worldlawalliance.com