Area of Practice

Eagleson Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) serve as neutral arbitrators and mediators in employment, labor, and commercial disputes with a practice that extends throughout the United States.

We have decided cases in the Academia, Behavioral Health, County Government, Corrections, Education, Federal Government, Fire, Health Care, Insurance Industry, Municipal Government, Police, Public Works, Nuclear Energy, Social Services, State Government, and Utilities. Covering Discipline and Discharge, Discrimination, Merit Advancements, Overtime, Past Practice, Union Membership, and Whistle Blowing.

Additionally, we have handled cases involving statutory employment claims including disputes alleging violations of the FMLA, the ADA, Whistleblower, Wage and Hour, Sexual Harassment and Discrimination.


VIDEO-CONFERENCING

Eagleson ADR offers videoconference hearings as an alternate to in-person hearings. The videoconference is conducted via a web-based software that comes at no cost to the parties. The parties simply need to have a desktop or laptop computer with a webcam.

Michael Eagleson
Arbitrator - Mediator

Michael Eagleson ADR

Michael Eagleson, Esq., Arbitrator and Mediator, has over 30 years of experience in the field of labor and employee relations. He has provided representation to both labor and management in all aspects of labor and employment law, including the negotiation and enforcement of collective bargaining agreements, discipline cases, mediations, fact-finding and interest arbitration proceedings.

Mike has earned a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Science degree from the University of La Verne, a Master of Dispute Resolution degree from Pepperdine University School of Law, Strauss Institute and a Juris Doctor from Trinity Law School.

Since 1996, Mike has been a Senior Adjunct Professor for the University of La Verne’s School of Business and Public Management where he teaches Collective Bargaining, Management Negotiations, Business Negotiations, Mediation and Conflict Management courses. Mike’s notable achievement for the University include creating the curriculum for the University’s Mediation and Business Negotiation courses. In 2011, Mike became an Adjunct Instructor for Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations where he teaches Negotiation Skills, Interest Based Bargaining and Employment Law Mediator Training courses.

Mike has comprehensive knowledge in Collective Bargaining, the National Labor Relations Act, the Meyers Milias Brown Act, the State Employer Employee Relations Act, the Higher Education Employer Employee Relations Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act and the Family Medical Leave Act.

Mike has been appointed to serve as an arbitrator and Mediator on the following panels: California State Mediation and Conciliation Service, American Arbitration Association Employment and Labor panels, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and Cornell University Panel of Neutrals.

Mike is a member of the California State Bar, Labor and Employment Relations Association, American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section, Association for Conflict Resolution, California Dispute Resolution Council, Orange County Bar Association and the Los Angeles County Bar Association.

Leeanne Eagleson, Esq
Arbitrator - Mediator

Leeanne Eagleson ADR

Leeanne Eagleson, Esq., has more than 20 years of experience working in fast-paced, high energy business environments.

Leeanne has earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of La Verne, a Master of Business Administration from the esteemed Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University, and graduated #1 with her Juris Doctor from Trinity Law School.

Since 2009, Leeanne has been a Senior Adjunct Professor for the University of La Verne’s School of Business and Public Management where she teaches Legal Environments in Business, Business Ethics, Mediation and Leadership courses.

Leeanne, has comprehensive experience in Complex Business Disputes, Employment Discrimination Disputes and Labor Relations Disputes.

Leeanne has extensive knowledge in Sarbanes Oxley, the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act and the Family Medical Leave Act.

Leeanne has been appointed to serve as a neutral for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and Cornell University Panel of Neutrals.

Leeanne is a member of the California State Bar, Association for Conflict Resolution, the Southern California Mediation Association, and the California Dispute Resolution Council, and Master Mediator Institute, an intellectually vibrant and diverse community of mediators, executives and educators devoted to enhancing insight, knowledge and innovation about the art and science of mediation, negotiation, and facilitated decision making.