Employment Law Dispute Resolution
Looking for an experienced employment law mediator or arbitrator? Miles Mediation & Arbitration’s employment practice group includes seasoned neutrals with decades of experience, who are committed to resolving complex employment cases.
Types of Employment Cases We Handle
Our employment neutrals have experience mediating and arbitrating employment law cases including:
- workplace discrimination of all kinds, including age, race, gender, religion, and national origin.
- sexual assault and sexual harassment.
- state law and OSHA whistleblowers.
- individual and collective wage-hour claims, including those involving misclassifications.
- disability discrimination cases, including those involving the use of medical marijuana.
- restrictive covenant/non-compete covenants.
- disclosure of trade secrets and solicitation of clients.
- executive contracts and employment agreements.
- contracts involving the sale of physician practices.
- wage and hour disputes.
- complex compensation disputes involving stock and equity interests.
- wrongful termination and defamation cases.
Our experienced employment neutrals mediate and arbitrate all types of employment cases including those involving the following laws:
- Title VII, which prohibits employment discrimination based on race, religion, national origin, and gender.
- Age Discrimination in Employment Act, which prevents discrimination based on age.
- The Equal Pay Act, which protects women and men from being discriminated against because of their gender.
- The Pregnancy Discrimination Act, which prohibits employers from discrimination because of a pregnancy or a pregnancy- or childbirth-related condition.
- Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, which prohibits employers from discriminating against potential or current employees based on genetic information.
- Fair Labor Standards Act, which establishes minimum hourly wages, defines what is considered “work,” and established overtime pay.
- Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA), which allows former employees (and their families) to access group health benefits after leaving their jobs.
- Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), which regulates how companies administer pension and healthcare benefits plans.
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which creates and enforces workplace safety standards.
- Occupational Safety and Health Act, which sets standards for different industries to help minimize workplace dangers.
Whether you are looking for a mediator who specializes in employment law or an arbitrator for your employment law case, contact Todd Drucker, our national business development director, to learn more about our employment law practice group.