Congratulations To Carol Davis Zucker!
October 2, 2023
With mixed emotions we announce that our long-time friend and partner, Carol Davis Zucker, has retired from Kamer Zucker Abbott (KZA) and the active practice of law as of September 29, 2023. Carol joined KZA in 1995 as a name partner, bringing her extensive employment litigation experience with her. At KZA, her representation of clients before the U.S. Supreme Court and Nevada Supreme Court led to notable developments in employment law.
Carol will now be starting her own alternative dispute resolution (ADR) practice in October as a full-time arbitrator and mediator. While Carol has been performing this type of work since 2004, she recently was awarded an LL.M (Master of Laws) in Alternative Dispute Resolution from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University’s Law School. This program has for years been rated the #1 program in dispute resolution in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
After over 30 years of employment law practice, Carol is a ”true believer” in the value to both individuals and companies of resolving their disputes outside the court system. Since 2004, Carol has served on the American Arbitration Association’s employment arbitration panel. She more recently became a member of the arbitration panel for FINRA Dispute Resolution Services, which serves the financial industry. In mediation, Carol served as a Settlement Judge for the Nevada Supreme Court.
Over her career as an arbitrator, Carol has ruled on disputes in such diverse areas of employment law as contract interpretation, breach of contract, wrongful discharge, discrimination, restrictive covenants, and wage and hour law.
All of us at KZA offer Carol our heartfelt best wishes for success as she begins this new chapter of her professional life. You can contact Carol at her new email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the coming weeks, you can also visit her ADR website at: www.carolzuckerdisputeresolution.com.
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