Schall and Barasch LLC

Mediation

Richard Schall and Patricia Barasch are recognized as one of the best New Jersey Mediation Attorneys in the state. As highly experienced employment lawyers, they have earned the respect of attorneys from the management and plaintiff sides of the bar.

Through their inter-personal skills, ability to communicate logically and sensibly, and knowledge of the law and the legal system, they have demonstrated the ability to resolve complex, and sometimes highly contentious, employment disputes in a single-day mediation

They are able to schedule mediations in a timely fashion at a cost that makes mediation an attractive alternative to other forms of resolution, including protracted litigation.

New Jersey Mediation Attorneys Mr. Schall and Ms. Barasch serve regularly as approved mediators through the State of New Jersey Roster of Mediators for Civil, General Equity and Probate Case. They are members of the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators.

Testimonials

“The professional qualifications of Rich Schall and Patti Barasch in the field of employment law are beyond question. They have now taken their substantive knowledge and substantial experience as advocates and applied those talents to mediating employment law cases. In using them as mediators, I have found that their knowledge of both the substantive law and the practical ramifications in employment litigation, coupled with calm and professional demeanors, have made them among the very best mediators in employment cases that I have used.”
– Steven Suflas, Esq.

“Rich and Patty are knowledgeable, practical, efficient and effective. Knowing the law as well as they do, they can speak candidly to the parties about the issues and outcomes, and with their style, can win hearts and minds to ‘yes.’ Their years of experience lends these methods a credibility which is genuine.”
– Kevin Costello, Esq.

“Mr. Schall was able to settle the “unsettleable” case. By really listening to my clients and giving them the opportunity to voice their concerns, he effectively gave my clients their day in court. Mr. Schall was obviously well prepared for the mediation process, having a good understanding of the details of the respective parties’ positions. By honing in on the legal issues the respective parties faced, Mr. Schall brought both parties to a mutual meeting ground. Thank you for your diligence in bringing this difficult, emotionally charged matter to a successful conclusion.”
– Mary Williamson Chatten, Esq.

“I highly recommend Patricia Barasch as a mediator. She was extremely credible with both sides and effective in assisting counsel in resolving the case.” – Benjamin Folkman, Esq

Additional references provided upon request.


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* In every year since 2014, the law firm of Schall & Barasch has been included in the Tier 1 list of best law firms in New Jersey practicing in the field of employment law on behalf of individuals. This list is compiled by U.S. News & World Report. A description of the selection methodology can be found at www.bestlawfirms.usnews.com/methodology.aspx.

** The methodology for the Avvo ratings of Richard Schall and Patricia Barasch can be found at www.avvo.com/support/avvo_rating.

*** In every year since 2009, Richard Schall has been chosen to be included on the list of Best Lawyers in New Jersey practicing in the field of labor and employment law. The Best Lawyers list is issued by Best Lawyers International. A description of the selection methodology can be found at www.bestlawyers.com/about/MethodologyBasic.aspx.

**** In every year since 2005, both Patricia Barasch and Richard Schall have been chosen to be included on the list of Super Lawyers in New Jersey practicing in the field of employment law on behalf of plaintiffs. The Super Lawyers list is issued by Thomson Reuters. A description of the selection methodology can be found at www.superlawyers.com/about/selection_process.html.

No aspect of these advertisements has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.