Our new 20,000+-square-foot space will be a state of the art facility that will allow us to serve the ADR needs of our southeast clients for years to come.
ATLANTA (PRWEB) January 27, 2020
Miles Mediation & Arbitration's Q1 2020 office move will make it the largest private alternative dispute resolution (ADR) facility in the southeastern United States. The physical expansion of offices makes a prominent and unmistakable statement not just about the rapid growth of the firm, but the advancement of ADR as a viable and even preferable legal resolution strategy for businesses today.
With its expansive views of Atlanta, 50+ fully-equipped, multi-use conference rooms, ADA-compliant bathrooms, three coffee stations, multiple, sweeping outdoor terraces perfect for entertaining clients, and a state-of-the-art podcast studio, the potential for both professional productivity and successful dispute resolution is at its peak at the offices of The Terraces in Atlanta.
Within the spacious, modern, and airy walls of its 20,000+ square feet home, Miles Mediation & Arbitration plans to catapult its award-winning firm to the next level, evolving its approach and clientele, and renewing its commitment to broadening the legacy of ADR. Equally inspiring is the larger promise that guides the direction of Miles Mediation & Arbitration, a mission that focuses on building visibility for a more effective, strategic, and human brand of dispute resolution.
As the executive team at Miles Mediation & Arbitration prepares for its watershed moment, CMO Marcie Dickson cites the benefits of enabling clients to resolve cases in an inviting and inclusive space, commenting that, "This move signals the rapid growth of our company. Over the years, clients have benefited tremendously from the help of our neutrals, and our new facility will enable Miles to handle even more complex high-value commercial mediations and arbitrations." Miles mediators, arbitrators, and special masters work out of the firm's locations in Atlanta, Savannah, and soon, Charlotte. The new office space at The Terraces aims to provide updated amenities in an atmosphere built for collaboration between attorneys, neutrals, and litigants.
Responding to the spike in demand for high-quality mediators and arbitrators, Miles Mediation & Arbitration CEO states, "I'm excited about this move to our new office. Many years ago, our first Atlanta office was a 900-square-foot suite at the Terraces. That was 20 years and four expansions ago. Our new 20,000+-square-foot space will be a state of the art facility that will allow us to serve the ADR needs of our southeast clients for years to come."
As the firm expands, Miles Mediation & Arbitration will continue to hone its talented roster of neutrals and its reputation of offering a range of dispute management services. Since 2001, this ADR firm has operated from its prestigious offices at Concourse Office Park. Miles Mediation & Arbitration neutrals handle a variety of practice areas, including complex, multi-party disputes in areas of business, finance, construction, medical negligence, personal injury, wrongful death, trucking, real estate, insurance coverage, fiduciary, estate and probate, and premises liability. For an ADR firm committed to focus, innovation, diversity, service, and results, this new office is nothing short of a physical representation of the future of resolution.
ABOUT MILES MEDIATION & ARBITRATION
Miles Mediation & Arbitration, headquartered in Atlanta, is an award-winning alternative dispute resolution (ADR) firm. The firm specializes in mediation, arbitration, special master, and all forms of dispute management and is known for its exceptional client service and reputation of delivering successful results. The firm handles all case sizes and types, including complex, multi-party disputes in areas of business, finance, construction, medical negligence, personal injury, wrongful death, trucking, real estate, insurance coverage, fiduciary, estate and probate, and premises liability. For more information, please call 678-320-9118.
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