Workplace Perspective – an employment law podcast produced by SAFFIRE LEGAL, PC

Episode #12 – Neil Pedersen: Inherent Bias In The Arbitration Process

Workplace Perspective is a regular podcast series for employers and employees focusing on education, training, and the law to help organizations of all sizes develop and maintain successful employer / employee relationships.


Neil Pedersen, Esq.

Today’s special guest is plaintiff’s employment law litigation attorney Neil Pedersen. SAFFIRE LEGAL PC’s founder and principal attorney Teresa McQueen talks with Mr. Pedersen about his thoughts on arbitration in general and the issue of inherent bias in the arbitration process. Drawing from 30+ years of litigation experience Mr. Pedersen shares his passionate view of the impacts of arbitration and the arbitration process on the employer/employee relationship. 





Neil Pedersen, Esq.


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