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Klibanow Conflict Resolution Services
Law Offices of Linda S. Klibanow, a PLC Mediator, Arbitrator, Attorney.
"Ms. Klibanow is incomparable. Never had a better mediation experience. Highest marks. Cannot say enough to sing her praises."
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Full Service
mediation and arbitration
For labor and employment laws. A true NEUTRAL for management and labor, defense and plaintiff.

You don’t have to compromise in selecting a neutral arbitrator or mediator.

Searching through listservs or emailing colleagues to identify a neutral with which the other side will agree? We help attorneys win cases by being a “true neutral” so your clients feel heard and vindicated through the process.

For Labor & Employment Cases

40 years of practice in the field of labor and employment law for both management and labor, both defense and plaintiff. 20 years of labor and employment “neutral” – as an arbitrator, hearing officer, discovery referee, mediator and neutral factfinder.

Practice Areas of Expertise

  • Labor and Employment
  • Sex, Race, Color, National Origin, Religion, Sexual Orientation, Disability, Medical Condition, and Age Discrimination and related Harassment
  • Family and Medical Leave
  • Whistleblower Retaliation
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Violation of USERRA
  • Wage/Hour
  • Employee Discipline
  • Employee Privacy
  • Employment Breach of Contract
  • Employment Civil Rights
  • Labor Relations
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Reduction in Force
  • Retaliatory Discharge
  • Unfair Labor Practices
  • Union – Management Relations
  • Commercial Contracts
  • CISG & Other International Commercial Disputes

In the fields of labor and employment law disputes, I provide the parties with unparalleled impartiality and an individually crafted mediation process which achieves resolution in cases that appeared unresolvable.

Questions? I’m here to help call (626) 204-4000


Latest Blog Posts

15 Jul
Seize the opportunity to customize your arbitration process at the preliminary hearing. Exercise professional cordiality and refrain from disparagement of your opposing counsel. Be reasonable...
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