Greenberg Traurig Accused of Breaching Mediation Confidentiality Agreement

Confidentiality is fundamental to the mediation process.  Without the promise of confidentiality, employers and employees would be much less likely to use the mediation process to resolve their disputes.  Without the promise of confidentiality, mediation would not be nearly as … Continue reading

$3.5 Million Lesson: Workplace Procedural Fairness is Important

The $3.5 million jury verdict last week in favor of a former lifeguard at a swimming pool in Washington D.C. is a striking example of why organizations need to consider procedural fairness in how they respond to complaints in the … Continue reading