Dr. Cammarata offers professional Neutral and advocacy services in Alternative Dispute Resolution  (ADR) processes including, but not limited to:



An impartial neutral mediator selected by the parties facilitates confidential negotiations between the parties to help them reach a mutually acceptable agreement. Parties maintain the right of self-determination and can agree on terms that are outside of normal statutory or common law remedies.



An impartial neutral arbitrator makes a binding decision, following a hearing where parties present evidence and arguments. This is generally more expeditious than litigation in court, but it has a narrow basis for appeal. 


Early Neutral Evaluation

An impartial neutral attorney with subject-matter expertise provides a confidential, non-binding evaluation of the case, and is available to assist the parties reach a mutually acceptable agreement. 



Is an ADR process where an independent third party, the conciliator, helps people in a dispute to identify the disputed issues, develop options, consider alternatives and try to reach an agreement.   

A conciliator may have professional expertise in the subject matter in dispute and will generally provide advice about the issues and options for resolution. However, a conciliator will not make a judgment or decision about the dispute.

Conciliation may be voluntary, court ordered or required as part of a contract. It is often part of a court or government agency process.