As an experienced employment and business lawyer, Ena T. Diaz has spent years helping clients with employment-related issues. Her law firm in Miami is equipped to handle all types of business and employment law issues that confront employers and employees, such as the following:
- Employment and Business Law Litigation
- Employment Counseling to Businesses
- Employment Counseling to Executives
- Employment Discrimination
- Wage and Hour Claims (minimum wage and overtime)
- Evaluation of Legal Claims
- Employment Law Agreements - prepare, review and enforce
- Severance Agreements - prepare, review and enforce
- Non-Compete Agreements - prepare, review and enforce
- Family and Medical leave
- Whistleblower Claims
- Class Action Lawsuits
- Workplace Investigations and Audits
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Mediation and Arbitration
Employment disputes in Miami
Sometimes an employment or business dispute reaches a point at which it seems no favorable agreement can be found between the parties involved. Too often these types of issues can progress into long and expensive court battles that end up being unproductive and costly for both sides. However, in these cases, attorney Ena T. Diaz can help your business avoid a costly, time-consuming lawsuit by mediating or arbitrating your dispute as an unbiased third party. She will take an objective look at your legal issues and use her extensive legal knowledge in the area of employment and business law to creatively assist the parties in reaching a resolution that satisfies all parties.
Mediation and arbitration
Both mediation and arbitration are useful methods that Miami lawyer Ena T. Diaz uses in employment and business law disputes. Mediation is most successful in disputes involving parties who are reasonable and committed to finding common ground. During mediation, the Law Offices of Ena T. Diaz, P.A. helps guide the parties to reach a resolution that is acceptable to the parties.
Arbitration tends to be favorable when the dispute at hand cannot be solved with a compromise, or when there are obstinate or unreasonable parties involved. In the arbitration process, Ena T. Diaz functions similarly to a judge. Both sides submit their arguments and their desired outcomes to the arbitrator, who then considers all facts and issues a judgment—a binding decision. The judgment may be some sort of compromise of both parties, or it might be a decision in favor of one side over another.
Contact our Miami employment law firm today
Employment and business lawyer Ena T. Diaz is available for a consultation for all employment and business-related matters. Whether you are looking to solve a business dispute, need advice regarding an employment lawsuit in Miami, or are seeking legal counsel for another issue in the area of employment or business law, contact the Law Offices of Ena T. Diaz, P.A. Many law firms have qualified attorneys who can help with your employment law matter, but Ena T. Diaz is also a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Court Civil Mediator with proven experience in alternative dispute resolution.
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