Attorney-Mediator Allen Butler Announces Partnership With Mediation.com to Establish His Online Presence

Respected Dallas lawyer Allen Butler joins premier national mediation network to bring his experience and skill resolving labor and employment law disputes to a wider audience.

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Tarpley Dispute Resolutions | Dallas, Texas | Dispute Mediator

Tarpley Dispute Resolutions | Dallas, Texas | Dispute Mediator

Over the course of his career he has mediated hundreds of cases involving labor and employment law, discrimination claims, ERISA claims, wrongful discharge claims, and disputes over non-compete agreements.

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) October 12, 2013

Allen Butler has brought more than five decades of experience with him to Mediation.com, a leading online mediation network, in an effort to grow his mediation client list at Tarpley Dispute Resolutions. He is seeking a wide range of clients, including solo practitioners, individuals, professional firms, and businesses in need of professional and effective mediation services.

“I’m thrilled,” said Butler about the announcement. “I joined Tarpley Dispute Resolutions after a lengthy career as both an attorney and a mediator in a variety of capacities and fields. Mediation is my focus now, and Mediation.com is the perfect opportunity for me to introduce myself to a whole field of potential clients who might not be aware of me and my extensive experience.”

Over the course of his career he has mediated hundreds of cases involving labor and employment law, discrimination claims, ERISA claims, wrongful discharge claims, and disputes over non-compete agreements. He has successfully represented clients before the National Labor Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and other state and federal agencies.

Mr. Butler began his law career in 1959 as an associate at Clark, West, Keller, Butler & Ellis LLP and is a former member of the American Arbitration Association Southwest Advisory Council and a mediator with the American Arbitration Association. He has also taught as an adjunct profdessor at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas and was Senior Counsel at Hunton & Williams LLP until he moved to TDR in 2009.


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