Commercial mediation and arbitration

Call Ed to mediate or arbitrate your non-family disputes

  • Business disputes.
  • Disagreements about estates.
  • Employee-supervisor disputes.
  • Family-business disputes.
  • Law firm break-ups.
  • Partnership disputes.
  • Personal-injury disputes.
  • Professional fee disputes.
  • Real estate disputes.

Commercial mediation experience

  • Family businesses, mediator.
    • Business priorities.
    • Succession and succession planning.
    • Property disputes.
    • Family members’ roles within company.
    • Conflicts between family and non-family partners.
    • Shareholder disputes.
    • Real-estate disputes.
  • Real estate transactions, mediator.
    • Certified by National Board of Realtors.
    • Accepted by Pennsylvania Board of Realtors.
    • Pennsylvania Board of Realtors, mediator for real estate transactions.
  • Governmental agencies, mediator.
    • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) cases regarding non-compliance.
    • Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia, settlement master on contractual conflicts.
    • National Archives employment disputes.
    • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, court-appointed mediator. Cases involving contracts, employment, torts and more.
    • U.S. Postal Service employment disputes (USPS).
    • U.S. Transportation Security Administration employment disputes (TSA).
  • Dalkon Shield cases, nationally accredited mediator for legal claims.
  • Lawyer Dispute Panel, Pennsylvania Bar Association, mediator.
  • Piper Aircraft cases, nationally accredited mediator for legal claims.

Commercial arbitration experience

  • Private businesses, primarily involving employment and contracts.
  • American Arbitration Association, arbitrator for contracts, wills and estates, employment and more.
  • Better Business Bureau, arbitrator for “lemon law” cases.
  • Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), formerly National Association of Security Dealers (NASD), arbitrator in disputes between customers and brokers and between employers and employees.
  • Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, arbitrator for commercial torts, contracts and employment.
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, court-appointed arbitrator and mediator. Cases involving contracts, employment, sexual harassment and other torts.