My passion is resolving workplace disputes through arbitration or mediation. It's that simple.
Respect for the parties. It's not my case; the case belongs to the parties. The parties have to live with the process and the result, and they are paying the bills.
Respect for the representatives.
The representatives have worked hard to be prepared and knowledgeable about the case. They are the ones that make everything work.
Respect for the process.
- Arbitration requires order, decisiveness, and finality.
- Mediation requires persistence, flexibility, and creativity.
- RossRunkelReport - current issues in employment law, labor law, and arbitration.
- SCOTUSblog contributor.
- Created Employment Law Memo.
Teaching: Law professor for 35 years, specializing in -
- Labor Law
- Employment Law
- Employment Discrimination
- Dispute resolution
Arbitration - 40 years:
- Hundreds of cases covering the gamut of issues. [Sample decisions]
- Private sector and public sector.
- On 15 permanent panels that include lumber, paper, maritime, police, fire, municipal.
Mediation - 30 years:
- Employee termination, sexual harassment, employee benefits, personal injury, business contracts.
- Two-party cases; multi-party cases.
- Private cases; court-annexed cases.