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Mediating a case offers great benefits for all parties in a dispute. First, with the help of a skilled, neutral mediator, it provides a safe ground for parties to come together and work towards a mutually beneficial. This process leads to improved communication, understanding, and even mending relationships. Mediation also allows for more creative and tailored solutions than a jury trial’s limited and unpredictable outcome. This can yield more satisfactory outcomes for all parties involved. It is faster and more cost-effective than going through the court system. And it is a streamlined procedure that saves time and money for all involved. Last, mediation can provide a sense of closure and resolution for the participants rather than leaving the decision solely in the hands of a judge or jury. This can increase satisfaction and a greater likelihood of compliance with the agreed-upon terms.
With an extensive background in civil litigation, trial, and mediating hundreds of cases, Lawrence M. Glasner brings 30 years of experience to the table. He devotes most of his practice to mediation and arbitration.
Employment law governs the relationship between employers and employees. It covers a broad range of issues, such as employment contracts, working conditions, wages, discrimination, harassment, health and safety, and termination of employment.
Employment laws are designed to protect employers’ and employees’ rights and interests. Employers must comply with a range of laws, regulations, and standards to ensure a safe and fair working environment for their employees. Employees have a range of rights and protections, such as the right to fair wages, a safe working environment, and protection against discrimination and harassment.
Employment law is constantly evolving. It is essential for employers and employees to stay up-to-date with changes to the law and to seek legal advice if they have questions or concerns.
Overall, employment law is a complex area that requires careful consideration and understanding. Employers and employees should work together to ensure that they comply with the law and treat each other fairly and respectfully.
Lawrence M. Glasner is one of California’s leading employment lawyers. He has represented both employers and employees. He has litigated and tried hundreds of important cases. These include civil rights, employment claims, wage and overtime matters, discrimination, harassment, hostile work environment, FEHA, Equal Pay Act, personal injury, and business disputes. He has obtained highly successful verdicts and settlements for his clients, including class actions.