Mediation, arbitration, and alternative dispute resolution consulting services for a better, faster, cheaper, and more durable solution that parties can design themselves.
Scholze ADR is in the Business of Solutions.
After nearly ten years working in litigation, Ingrid became convinced that formal litigation practice was falling short of meeting clients' needs. Litigation clients often became mired in time-consuming and expensive discovery and complicated court battles with delay after delay. Even at the end of a successful litigation, clients could find themselves not fully satisfied with winning outcomes that proved to be tardy, inadequate, and incomplete.
Scholze ADR LLC was founded to provide a better solution.
Ingrid brings together a litigator's eye for detail and precision with a problem-solver's creative thinking and discerning judgment. She has nearly a decade of experience in litigation, and she understands the needs and concerns of potential litigants. She also understands the challenges they face in resolving their disputes through formal avenues.
Ingrid has broad and deep experience in all aspects of litigation—from claim analysis and electronic discovery through motion practice, trial, and appeal. After working in white-collar criminal defense, she spent more than seven years litigating high-stakes, high-dollar disputes at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP, one of the most sought-after, and feared, business litigation firms in the world. During her time as a party advocate, Ingrid's practice focused on complex commercial disputes involving clients in the financial services, energy, insurance, and health care industries, as well as those seeking advice in antitrust and regulatory matters. She has experience in all phases of litigation, arbitration, and mediation, including evaluating claims, obtaining fact and expert discovery, briefing motions, and preparing for and participating in negotiations, mediations, arbitrations, hearings, and trials. Ingrid is a graduate of Columbia University and the University of Chicago Law School.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) refers to any procedure that empowers parties to a dispute to reach a solution outside of traditional litigation, often involving the assistance of a third party neutral.
ADR can take many forms, and it can involve processes where disputants cede some control over the process and/or the outcome in order to resolve the dispute.
Scholze ADR provides mediation and arbitration services, as well as ADR consulting services, to help parties tailor the right process for resolving their unique dispute.
Mediation allows the parties to a dispute to maintain complete control over the decision of whether to mediate, the process and procedures of the mediation, and the scope, substance, and sustainability of the outcome. Mediation can help parties narrow the issues in dispute, gather information, and identify possible solutions—mediation can help resolve your dispute even if mediation is just a rest stop in a longer process.
Mediation allows parties to:
Arbitration allows the parties to a dispute to invite an outside decision-maker to assist in resolving the dispute, in a manner and under rules agreed upon by all the parties. In arbitration, the parties maintain control over their decision to arbitrate, the rules of the arbitration, and the selection of the arbitrator (or arbitrators), but the arbitrator makes the ultimate decision about how to resolve the matter.
Arbitration allows parties to:
Scholze ADR provides consulting services to parties evaluating their dispute resolution options. ADR consulting empowers parties to identify, find, or create a tailored process that meets the needs of the parties and the challenges of each unique dispute while benefitting from independent evaluation and consultation.