– 2 Party Case: $400 per hour
– 3 Party Case: $450 per hour
– 4 Party Case: $480 per hour
– Half Day – 2 hours, or the amount of time reserved if more than 2 hours
– Full Day – 6 hours, or the amount of time reserved if more than 6 hours
The mediation fee is calculated based on your Mediator’s hourly billing rate as detailed above including any pre-mediation preparation time and post-mediation follow-up time spent on the matter. Note: we do not charge any administrative, scheduling, or rescheduling fees. In exchange we ask that you please respect our time and the cancellation policy below.
MEDIATION CANCELLATION POLICY
If the mediation is canceled or rescheduled less than 72 hours (Monday – Friday) prior to the scheduled session, each party will be billed for their portion of the minimum fee. Note: it is your responsibility to notify us of a schedule change or cancellation; you should not rely on another party to do so. Please keep in mind our cancellation policy is meant to fairly compensate your Mediator for reserving the time scheduled for this mediation, which typically cannot be filled in less than 72 hours.
Judge Joseph I. Davis was actively engaged in the private practice of law for 37 years, 30 of which were with the firm he co-founded, prior to his appointment to the County Court Bench in 2010. He served both as a County and acting Circuit Court Judge continuously from 2010-2018, rotating through the Civil, Criminal and Domestic Violence divisions of the Court. As a Certified Circuit Civil Mediator since 2002, for eight years prior to taking the Bench, Joe mediated a variety of civil matters part time, while practicing law full time. He now brings a wealth of experience to the firm’s distinguished panel of neutrals, as a lawyer, judge and mediator.