Courtney Gilmer Earns Rule 31 Mediator Designation by Tennessee Supreme Court
As an attorney, Courtney Gilmer has nearly 20 years of experience in bankruptcy and business restructurings; commercial litigation and dispute avoidance; financial services litigation; and financial regulatory compliance. Courtney is pleased to announce that she has recently completed the Tennessee Rule 31 Mediator training and has extended her practice with EmergeLaw, PLC to offer services as a mediator.
Courtney has an appreciation for the efficiency, cost savings and confidentiality of the mediation process. As a former in-house counsel, she recognizes that unlike litigation, mediation can allow the parties flexibility and creativity to find business-like and client-driven solutions.
Courtney is prepared to mediate cases pending in State, Federal and Bankruptcy courts. In State and Federal courts, mediation is an option in a wide variety of cases, including breach of contract, property disputes, and disputes by and among businesses and their owners. Mediation has been used in bankruptcy cases for various types of disputes, including chapter 11 reorganization plan negotiations, preference and avoidance actions, objections to discharge other adversary proceedings, claim objections and other contested matters.
Courtney’s broad experience has instilled a belief that the most efficient result for parties is frequently found by creating a solution to allow a dispute to be resolved without the financial and time-intensive costs of litigation. She looks forward to helping you and your clients achieve such results.
Courtney can be reached at email@example.com or 615-579-9507.