A credible and impartial mediator can help resolve a case before substantial legal expenses
are incurred. Effective mediations can also help facilitate settlement discussions in a
non-adversarial and confidential setting at any point during a litigation.
We offer impartial mediation services to help parties reach agreement. Over the past 20
years, we have represented both employees and management, and we approach each
mediation without any preconceived bias or agenda. Our experience also provides us
credibility with all parties. Further, as former in-house employment counsel, as well as a
member of senior management, we understand the realities of the workplace and corporate
concerns, and we can communicate effectively and credibly with all clients and attorneys.
Mark is included in the roster of court-approved mediators as a R.1:40 qualified mediator.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should
consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and
welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client
relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an
attorney-client relationship has been established.
Lurie Law Firm LLC represents employees throughout Northern New Jersey and Central New
Jersey, including Montclair, Livingston, Caldwell, West Orange, Newark, Morristown, Hackensack,
Newark, Elizabeth, New Brunswick, Paterson, Jersey City, Ridgewood, Wayne, Clifton, Passaic,
Union City, Bayonne, Teaneck, Irvington, Union, Edison, Piscataway, Lawrenceville, Princeton,
Hoboken, East Hanover, Saddlebrook, Parsippany, Roseland and Woodbridge; as well as the counties
of Essex, Bergen, Passaic, Middlesex, Morris, Union, Sussex, Warren, Hudson and Mercer.
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Litigation can be unpredictable, and can take years to
reach conclusion. Frequently, during the course of a
litigation, the parties' positions can harden, and it may
become difficult for the parties to reach settlement
without the benefit of an impartial third party.
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