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Employment Law Mediation in New Jersey
Employment law disputes are highly contentious and involve complex legal issues. Mediation sessions provide the parties with a viable alternative to moving forward with litigation.
What is Employment Law Mediation?
Employment mediations are informal private or court-ordered sessions to assist the parties in an employment dispute to reach an amicable resolution. The mediator does not decide on any legal issues or make any rulings on who is right and who is wrong. The mediator’s role is a simple one – to help the parties settle their employment dispute.
When Does the Need for Employment Mediation Arise?
The need for employment mediation arises whenever there is a dispute between the parties. The mediation sessions typically take place shortly after the filing of a lawsuit. However, mediation sessions may also take place prior to the filing of a lawsuit.
Ideally, the mediation session occurs before the parties have spent a significant amount of time and money on the dispute at issue.
Benefits of Utilizing Mediation Services
There are many benefits to utilizing mediation services for an employment law dispute. First and foremost, it is a cost-effective way to resolve the dispute. In addition, it gives the parties an opportunity to tell their side of the dispute and find closure in a confidential setting. Furthermore, mediation services often present the parties with their best opportunity to fashion a settlement that achieves their goals.
Our Employment Mediation Services
Frank A. Custode, Chair of CMS’ Employment Practice, is a New Jersey Court Rule 1:40 qualified mediator. Mr. Custode serves as a mediator for a wide array of employment law disputes including matters involving the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, the New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act; restrictive covenants; business torts; and wage and hour violations.
Consult a New Jersey Attorney for Employment Law Mediation
To have a successful mediation, it is important to have a mediator that understands both sides of the dispute. Mr. Custode is a seasoned employment law practitioner with extensive experience representing both employees and employers, and therefore, understands the issues that are important to both sides in an employment law dispute. This experience is an asset that helps Mr. Custode assist parties with the amicable resolution of their dispute. If you are in need of an employment law mediation, please contact Curcio Mirzaian Sirot LLC.