Litigation is not always the most effective practice for resolving complex legal issues. Litigation can be stressful for clients, time-consuming, and costly. When employment issues arise, out-of-court resolution through mediation or arbitration can often optimize case outcomes, while minimizing time and cost, and reducing stress for clients. These processes also allow for flexibility in producing creative solutions.
The Importance of Neutrality
A neutral mediator or arbitrator plays a crucial role in facilitating dispute resolution outside of the courtroom. In order to be completely effective, neutral mediators and arbitrators must evaluate the most appropriate and effective strategies to reach the goals of both parties. A neutral mediator or arbitrator will encourage both parties to voluntarily reach an agreement that meets the needs of both sides. Since mediators and arbitrators play such a key role in shaping the course of a dispute, your choice of an arbitrator or mediator can significantly influence your case.
Choose a Professional with a Strong Legal Background
Arbitration and mediation are complex and continually evolving areas of law; the need for a knowledgeable and fair arbitrator or mediator is paramount. The attorneys at Palmer Kazanjian Wohl Hodson LLP are recognized as expert mediators and arbitrators by NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation).Our attorneys draw on a strong legal background in employment and labor law matters that spans over 30 years. The attorneys at Palmer Kazanjian Wohl Hodson LLP offer a well-rounded perspective; their strong analytical skills give them the ability to overcome complex legal issues and understand the consequences of the issues at hand, to develop reasoned resolutions.
The attorneys at Palmer Kazanjian Wohl Hodson LLP always take a professional approach, which has earned them a respected reputation in the legal community. If you are in need of an expert mediator or arbitrator to resolve an employment dispute, please contact the attorneys at Palmer Kazanjian Wohl Hodson LLP.