Advocating for clients toward prompt and effective resolution of employment-related claims has become paramount in today’s legal practice for both plaintiff and defense counsel.

Employment litigation, which often includes administrative pre-litigation stages and court-related processes, can be particularly time-consuming and expensive for employees. For employers, defending against employment-related lawsuits frequently leads to business disruption and expense that can continue for years. Oddly, however, the advocacy commitment of both plaintiff and defense counsel often are questioned when those counsel raise Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to clients as a mechanism in employment-related disputes.

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