Central New Jersey Employment Mediation and Arbitration Lawyers
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is frequently used in employment law disputes. Employers often put arbitration clauses in their employee agreements and/or handbooks. If you are involved in a dispute with your employer, you should be represented by a lawyer at ADR proceedings. Your employer will have representation, putting you at a disadvantage if you try to represent yourself.
Attorney Hanan M. Isaacs has been a mediator and arbitrator for 38 years. He knows how these proceedings work and what mediators and arbitrators want to see from each side. You can rely on his knowledge and experience, no matter how complex your case. To arrange a consultation with a Somerset County employment mediation and arbitration attorney, please call Hanan M Isaacs, at 609-683-7400.
“When I needed legal help in the Princeton, NJ area, I found Hanan Isaacs to be everything I needed in a legal professional.” – Gary B.
Experienced Representation In ADR
Employment law ADR usually starts with negotiations with the opposition (your employer) at mediation. We negotiate for clients at mediation, positioning them for a good resolution. In mediation, the parties and their lawyers discuss the case while the mediator supervises. Mediators are neutral parties and do not have authority to make decisions about the dispute. Their role is to help the parties reach an agreement.
Depending on the case, the parties may go to the desired arbitration before a private judge/arbitrator if mediation does not produce results. Arbitrators review evidence and hear statements from each party. The lawyers for each party will also present summaries of the evidence. The arbitrator’s job is to review the evidence and make a legally binding decision, usually without a right of appeal.
Contact A Mediation and Arbitration Lawyer
To schedule an appointment, please call 609-751-5557 or 866-959-3786, or contact us online.
- William Jenkins v. McCabe Trucking Co. (2014)
- George Rafferty v. XYZ Insurance Company (2011)
- John Jones v. Congoleum Corporation (2009)