KZA Partners Also Serve As Arbitrators And Mediators
October 28, 2021
Did you know that two of KZA’s partners serve as arbitrators on employment cases for the American Arbitration Association (AAA)?
Both Carol Zucker and Eddie Keller are arbitrators on the American Arbitration Association’s Employment Panel. Carol is also a member of the AAA’s National Roster on Employment Disputes. The National Roster consists of highly accomplished and respected experts from the legal and business communities, including former federal and state judges, attorneys with exceptional subject-matter expertise, and professionals who understand the essence of the dispute.
Members of the employment panel hold hearings on and decide a wide variety of disputes, including those focused on contract interpretation, discrimination claims, and restrictive covenants. Both Carol and Eddie received their AAA appointments in light of their considerable practice in employment matters. Both have also authored articles and trained professionals on employment matters. Carol has served on this AAA panel since 2002 and Eddie has served since 2014.
Carol also serves as a mediator and is available to mediate any dispute. She previously served as a Settlement Judge on the Nevada Supreme Court, where she mediated a number of disputes in various areas of the law. In private mediations, she has mediated discrimination and wage and hour cases. Most recently, Carol finished a course at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law on Mediating the Litigated Case. As you know, Carol has considerable experience in litigating cases in all areas of employment law.
If you have a need for an arbitrator or mediator, or are asked for referrals, please consider Carol and Eddie!
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