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Arbitration of Employment Litigation

  • Arbitration is an adjudicative process in which disputing parties empower an Arbitrator to issue a final and binding award based on evidence submitted in a hearing. Employment arbitration involves statutory, policy and “for cause” disciplinary matters not involving collective bargaining Agreements.
  • The advantage of arbitration over litigation is privacy, informality, reduced legal cost, time to resolution, and resolution by a subject-matter expert in the field of the dispute.
  • Richard Fincher is a full-time arbitrator of employment litigation. He serves on the employment arbitration panels of the American Arbitration Association, NASD, and the CPR Employment Arbitration Panel. He has arbitrated over 350 matters involving age, race, and gender discrimination, wrongful discharge, sexual harassment, layoffs, failure to promote, and retaliation. In 2005, he was selected an “Advanced Practitioner in Labor and Employment Arbitration” by the Association for Conflict Resolution. His arbitration cases have been published by the American Arbitration Association and by BNA.
  • Richard Fincher is also a Public Policy Tri-Chair of the ADR Section for the State of Arizona Bar. The ADR Section is leading an effort for legislative passage of the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act (RUAA) of 2000. The Arizona legislature passed the original Uniform Arbitration Act (UAA) in 1961.
  • Our arbitrators can provide significant references, but due to our confidential matters, we only provide references with permission. Please contact us and indicate if you would prefer plaintiff or defense references.

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