The FLSA Mediation can be difficult because of the many issues involved, the strict liability nature of the law, technical aspects of exemptions, and various traps and pitfalls in the law. The effective FLSA mediation requires a great deal […]
There are two kinds of mediator tactics used to settle cases: facilitative and evaluative.
The short answer is, of course, as soon as you can make it effective. Employment disputes are often more emotional for the parties because the employer believes that it has taken all necessary action to protect all of its employees […]
Mediation, in the formal legal sense, has been with us now since the 1970s though it became universally accepted as a means to lawsuit resolution in the 1990s. We now find most legal disputes are ending in mediation rather than […]
Settlement Agreements Video Increasingly, when parties to a lawsuit agree to confidentiality in a settlement agreement, the lawyers are also asked to agree to confidentiality. Parties may not want to see their settlement plastered on an opposing lawyer’s website or […]
Final Offer Arbitration Challenge Video In the September 2016 issue of the Harvard Business Review an article entitled “How to Make the Other Side Play Fair” has an interesting take on negotiation and mediation. They discuss a process to […]