Mediation And Alternative Dispute Resolution Services Focused Upon Employment Disputes

Employment and business disputes can bring business operations to a halt. For employers, these disputes can prevent your workforce from fully contributing to keeping the company running effectively. For employees, it can mean tolerating an unsatisfactory work environment or even being out of a job.

Because litigating employment and business disputes can prove to be time-consuming and costly, mediation as a method of alternative dispute resolution has become an increasingly popular means of resolving employment litigations claims, and is typically required by the courts. Mediation allows for employers and employees and businesses to work through their differences in a less formal and more cost-effective setting. However, for mediation to be successful, it is important to have a mediator who understands the reasons why complex employment and business issues arise and can identify realistic and creative solutions acceptable to both parties.

A Mediator With Extensive Employment Law Experience

Alan Danz is certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a circuit civil mediator who focuses primarily upon employment and business law cases. His experience as an employment attorney allows for him to effectively guide parties toward resolving employment issues. He has hands-on business management experience and more than 25 years' experience as a seasoned attorney representing both businesses and employers and employees concerning, among other things, wage and hour (i.e., minimum wage and overtime) claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), discrimination and harassment claims, employment retaliation, and whistleblower cases, as well as a myriad of business-related disputes.

How Our Mediation Services Can Help You

It is generally most beneficial to resolve disputes outside of the courtroom. Besides the cost, long and drawn-out lawsuits can prove emotionally draining. Mr. Danz therefore attempts to steer parties toward common ground and a resolution that proves beneficial to the parties; a resolution that the parties themselves are in control of, not a judge or jury.

Contact Our Law Firm Today

For South Florida employers and employees seeking an employment law mediator who has himself litigated thousands of employment and business-related matters, please contact Alan at Danz Law, PLLC, by calling 954-406-7535 or toll free at 866-640-1080. We have offices in Cooper City.