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California Employment Lawyer Ken Rose Announces the Opening of Rose Mediation

January 9, 2013

Rose Mediation provides mediation, and other alternative dispute resolution services, through attorney-Mediator Ken Rose. Mr. Rose´s broad legal knowledge and experience makes him uniquely well suited to facilitate the resolution of legal disputes at mediation, particularly in the employment law arena.

San Diego, California (PRWEB) January 08, 2013

California employment law specialist Ken Rose has opened Rose Mediation http://www.rosemediation.us. Through Rose Mediation, Ken Rose serves as mediator in legal disputes: most particularly for employment law matters including wrongful termination, wage and hour, class actions, breach of contract, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and misappropriation of trade secrets/unfair competition cases. Ken is also the Founder and President of The Rose Group, APLC, a global employment law and HR consulting firm, based in San Diego, California and Washington, D.C. http://www.rosegroup.us.

Ken Rose´s broad experience makes him uniquely well suited to facilitate the resolution of employment disputes through mediation. For the past 36 years, Ken has practiced employment law exclusively. He has served as trial counsel for both defendants and plaintiffs in employment cases, and routinely counseled his clients about the costs and benefits (both monetary and non-monetary) of selecting mediation to resolve litigation. Ken´s knowledge of employment law, credibility on both sides of the bar, capability to quickly grasp the issues at hand, demeanor, and measured tenacity, enable him to readily evaluate the various possible outcomes in an employment case, and resolve cases effectively and amicably. Ken is a mediator for the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing´s Mediation Program http://www.dfeh.ca.gov/res/docs/ppt/MediationWorks1.ppt, and a Pro Tem Judge in the San Diego Superior Court.

“I´ve seen it all, and well understand the dynamics of employment litigation, said Ken Rose. Since I became an attorney in 1976, I´ve been an advocate working in the trenches; primarily for companies, but in the past several years for employees as well.     I have represented clients at numerous mediations during my many years as an employment law specialist. ”

“I´m good at resolving cases and I relish the challenge, Ken Rose stated. Now is the opportune time that I transition further into alternative dispute resolution. The demand for good mediators continues to increase due to severe court budget cutbacks, high cost of discovery, crowded dockets, etc. The parties to an employment dispute and their attorneys deserve to work with a mediator who has the right combination of experience and perseverance to resolve their specific disputes.”

Whether an employment law dispute is in litigation before a court, an arbitrator, or an administrative agency, or even before litigation where the dispute has been raised through an attorney demand letter or internal company complaint or grievance, Ken Rose and Rose Mediation can help bring about a resolution.

Rose Mediation is offering discounted rates for mediations booked by March 1, 2013. In addition to resolving disputes already in litigation, Rose Mediation is developing affordable mediation programs that can be implemented to resolve employment disputes pre-litigation and thus before the parties incur substantial legal fees.

Ken is AV-Preeminent peer review rated by Martindale Hubbell http://www.martindale.com/Products_and_Services/Peer_Review_Ratings.aspx, and has achieved high praise for his legal work by being listed in the International Who’s Who of Management Labour & Employment Lawyers, San Diego Super Lawyers, Southern California´s Top Rated Lawyers, and numerous other annual reference guides listing the most outstanding attorneys.

Ken received his law degree from the George Washington University Law School in 1976 and a B.S. from the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations in 1972.

For further information or to schedule a mediation, contact Ken Rose at 619.822.1088 or krose(at)rosegroup(dot)us.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2013/1/prweb10294198.htm


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