Former law firm partner with 20+ years experience concentrating in labor &... more
Former law firm partner with 20+ years experience concentrating in labor & employment law. Since 2005, practice limited to serving as a neutral in the arbitration or mediation of labor, employment, and commercial disputes. Member of faculty at Benjamin Cardozo School of Law (Yeshiva University) teaching ADR in the Workplace, Negotiation, and Contract Drafting. Previously served on adjunct fa... view profile
Since she discovered LA Law when she was eight years old, Ms. Borer has known that... more
Since she discovered LA Law when she was eight years old, Ms. Borer has known that she wanted to be a lawyer. She was born and raised in Manhattan, where she attended Hunter College Elementary School and Hunter College High School. After graduating from Hunter, she attended Harvard College, where she studied philosophy and served as a peer counselor. Ms. Borer attended UCLA School of Law, wher... view profile
I am a compassionate listener who stays focused on the bigger picture. I am... more
I am a compassionate listener who stays focused on the bigger picture. I am committed to helping you achieve the best possible outcomes for your family under the current circumstances. My goal is to help ease families through transitions or restructuring with a minimum of pain to all involved by drawing on the strengths and values of my clients and their ex-partners. I can be a vigorous advocat... view profile
The mediation process can help you resolve disputes without going to court. In a mediation proceeding, a neutral third party (a mediation lawyer or mediator) meets with you and the person you disagree with. Mediators are trained to find mediation solutions in legal disputes, including divorce mediation and business disagreement mediation. The mediator acts as a facilitator, helping you negotiate until a solution is found. Mediation is the most informal process for dispute resolution and is usually the least expensive method. The drawback is that, unlike an arbitrator in arbitration, the mediator does not make a final decision. So, unless the parties agree and enter into a settlement agreement, the mediation can end without the dispute being solved.