Mediation Services / Dispute Resolution

Mediation is an informal, voluntary process in which a mediator facilitates
negotiations between disputing parties.  The mediator's role is to help the parties
find a mutually acceptable solution to the dispute.  Mediation can be faster and less
expensive than arbitration or litigation.  If the parties agree to mediate, they will not
give up any right to arbitrate or litigate if they cannot reach a satisfactory
settlement.  

Mr. Mehan is uniquely qualified to provide sound mediation services and instruction
to parties and their counsel.  Before becoming a mediator, Mr. Mehan has for 37
years represented hundreds of clients in disputes both as counsel for claimants and
as counsel for respondent/defendant brokerage firms, brokers, investment advisors
and their registered representatives.  Mr. Mehan is primarily an evaluative mediator
who attempts to keep the parties engaged in the negotiations with a positive outlook
and by accommodating the parties’ requested structure for the mediation process.

In addition to mediation of disputes, Mr. Mehan will help a party and his or her
counsel prepare for the mediation.  He will familiarize them with the mediation
procedure, explain to them what they can and cannot expect to happen during a
mediation, prepare them for possible developments during the mediation and how
to respond to them, and explain the function of the mediator and how to work with
the mediator.  This enables parties and their counsel to more effectively participate
in the mediation and increases the likelihood that the mediation will be positive and
successful.  

Mr. Mehan is one of the leading and most experienced securities law and general
corporate law attorneys in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area.  His dispute resolution
practice is concentrated in the securities, business and financial services sectors,
and he is regularly engaged to advise upon and litigate matters that involve claims
of:

  • Securities fraud, unauthorized trading and suitability.
  • Employee raiding, unfair competition and covenants not to compete.
  • Corporate, partnership and shareholder disputes and dissolutions.

To reserve Mr. Mehan’s mediation services, contact him via e-mail:
dmehan@mehanlaw.com or:  


                                                   Call:
                             314-725-3200

MOLINE & MEHAN, LLC
Attorneys at Law
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8015 Forsyth Boulevard | St. Louis, Missouri 63105 | Telephone: (314) 725-3200
MOLINE & MEHAN, LLC
Attorneys at Law
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Telephone: (314) 725-3200
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8015 Forsyth Boulevard | St. Louis, Missouri 63105 | Telephone: (314) 725-3200
What We Do:

  • Business and Transactional Services
  • Administrative Matters
  • Investment and Securities
    Arbitrations/Mediations
  • Mediation - Dispute Resolution Services
  • Corporate Formation
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Securities - Private Placements
  • Securities - Public Offerings
  • General Corporate Matters
  • Real Estate Transactional Services
  • Estate Planning and Probate
  • Represent Individual Investors
  • Represent Securities Industry Professionals
  • CRD Expungements
  • Broker Transitions
  • Broker Negligence
  • Secured and Unsecured Financings