Mediate employment cases when both sides have legal counsel

I’m Jonas Urba, a New York employment lawyer here with Employment Law Reality Check. Talking to you today about mediation at the EEOC. Do you need an attorney to be with you at mediation? The short answer is yes. You need to have an action plan. You need to decide what you want, how you intend to get there, and what you are willing to accept. If you go to mediation and you don’t know that there is a chance the employer could say “this is a no pay case.” And how will you respond to that? I think the best way to do this is for you to call some employment lawyers, call me, I’m Jonas Urba, I serve the entire state of New York and I can be reached at (212) 731-4776. Attorney Advertising.






Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *