Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) April 08, 2014
For thirty-five years, Nicholas Taldone has enjoyed a reputation as one of the most knowledgeable and credentialed attorneys and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professionals in the State of Florida. With a strong focus on client attention and top-notch customer service, Taldone recently announced his new membership in both Mediation.com and Arbitration.com as part of a bid to promote the ADR aspect of his practice.
“I am very excited about being part of Mediation.com,” said Mr. Taldone. “Joining is the right decision for a lot of reasons. Now I am more easily accessible to attorneys looking for experienced attorney-mediators” Mr. Taldone added. “ADR is often a quicker path to a resolution and may offer a more even playing field for parties to a dispute.”
Mr. Taldone believes certain areas, like disputes between employers and employees, “cry out for mediation” because of the unique relationship between the parties. Mr. Taldone has mediated over one hundred employment disputes. Mr. Taldone refrains from handling disputes between employees and employers in his law practice because he wants employment attorneys to feel confident in his neutrality and to avoid conflicts of interest. Mr. Taldone has also mediated many cases involving personal injury claims, investment disputes, property insurance claims and many other types of business disputes.
A graduate of Albany Law School, Mr. Taldone is a Florida Supreme Court Certified County Court Mediator, a U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, Certified Mediator, and is both an Employment Arbitrator and Mediator with the American Arbitration Association. He primarily handles civil matters including personal injury, commercial disputes (such as securities and investment disputes), and insurance disputes, as well as real estate transactions including residential and commercial properties. He is admitted to practice in the states of Florida, New Jersey, New York and California, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. He has been a contributor to the American Bar Association’s Treatise on Employee Benefits. He has also written over a dozen articles on employment law topics and mediation and arbitration.