Mediation & Arbitration

Orlando, Florida, Mediation And Arbitration Employment Law Attorneys

Employers frequently require arbitration in the event of any employment dispute. When you have been the victim of discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination or a breach of contract, you may be forced into arbitration or mediation prior to any other legal recourse. At Wilson McCoy, P.A., as your Orlando employment attorneys, we know how to assert the rights of our employee clients in arbitration proceedings.

Your best interests will be our first priority in court or in arbitration. We have over 60 years of combined legal experience in employee rights litigation and dispute resolution. Contact us for an initial consultation or case evaluation.

Employment arbitration may be required by an employee contract. Many arbitration and alternative dispute proceedings are held in forums favorable to the corporation. It is imperative that you consult with an experienced employment arbitration and mediation attorney prior to engaging in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) to resolve your dispute.

We have experience with employee arbitration of such issues as:

Discrimination: We handle all cases of discrimination, including those involving age, race, gender, nationality, religion, pregnancy or disability.

Contact disputes: Many corporations will require that executives or employees with contract disputes proceed with employment arbitration, mediation or another form of dispute resolution regarding contract dispute. We have experience with breaches of contract, noncompete clauses, or severance package disputes.

Retaliation and wrongful termination: Our employment law attorneys have over 60 years of combined legal experience involving retaliation and wrongful termination. If you have been fired from a job or retaliated against for reporting harassment, discrimination, or wrongdoing, we can assert your rights in arbitration proceedings.

Our firm has extensive experience in employment arbitration, mediation and other forms of resolving disputes. Contact us today to learn how we can help you!