Member Profile: Lynn E. Wagner

Lynn E. Wagner
Wagner Resolution Services
390 North Orange Avenue, Suite 2300
Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: (800) 278-0978
Fax: (800) 866-0188

Additional Offices: Venetia, PA


Lynn E. Wagner regularly travels out of state to Alabama, Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, West Virginia

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ADR Services Include:

Mediation; Arbitration; Early Neutral Evaluation; Facilitation & Systems Design; Fact Finding; Discovery Referee; Special Master; ADR Training/CME

 

Lynn E. Wagner has substantive case experience in the following areas...

ADA Disability
Appellate
Automotive
Banking & Finance
Business Dissolution
Civil Rights
Class Actions
Commercial/Business
Community Associations
Condominiums
Construction
Consumer Fraud
Contract Disputes
Cross Cultural
Debt Collections
Discrimination
EEOC
Education
Employment
Energy Sector (Oil, Gas)
Environmental
Family Businesses
Industrial
Insurance
Labor/Unions
Land Use/Planning
Landlord/Tenant
Libel & Slander
Local Govt./Municipalities
Media & Communications
Medical Malpractice
Military
Mining
Mortgage Foreclosure
Partnerships
Pensions / ERISA
Personal Injury
Police
Premises Liability
Probate
Product Liability
Professional Fees
Property Damage
Real Estate
Securities
Sexual Harassment
Shareholder Disputes
Technology
Torts
Transportation
Trusts / Estates
Utilities
Wage & Hour/FMLA

 

BIOGRAPHICAL:

Mr. Wagner is President of Wagner Resolution Services, an alternative dispute resolution firm with offices in the Orlando, FL and Pittsburgh, PA. He has served as a mediator or arbitrator in hundreds of cases since he entered the dispute resolution field in 1991, including, among others, employment, personal injury/wrongful death, comercial, banking, debtor/creditor, education, construction, product liabilty, professional liability, securities, real estate, landlord/tenant, land use, environmental, wills and trusts, insurance coverage and shareholder/partnership disputes. He has conducted mediations and arbitrations throuhout Florida, as well as in  PA, OH, NY, VA, D.C., GA, WV, MD, NC, AL and MS.

Mr. Wagner has received extensive mediation and arbitration training from the American Arbitration Association, the Harvard Project on Negotiation, the Cornell University Industrial Relations School, the Florida Dispute Resolution Center, the Usery Institute at Georgia State University, ABA Labor/Employment Section, FMCS.NMB ,NAA FINRA, FL Dept of Fimance and NYSE. He has also taught interactive course in mediation and arbitration as an adjunct professoe of law at the University of Florida college of Law.

Before becoming a full-time mediator, arbitrator and ADR consultant, Mr. Wagner spent many years as a litigator of  labor, employment, commercial, securities, construction, government contracts, trademark, products liability, professional liability, intellectual property, environmental, dealership/distributorship, franchise, trade secret, lender liability, wrongful death, personal injury, nursing home, toxic tort, real estate, land use, landlord/tenant, condominium association, business tort, defamation,  bankruptcy, trade regulation, antitrust, insurance coverage/ bad faith, shareholder/partnership and probate, including class and collective actions, for major law firms in Orlando, Pittsburgh and Boston, with brief respites to serve as a law professor at the University of Florida and Deputy Assistant General Counsel for the EEOC in Washington, D.C. He has been lead litigation counsel for plaintiffs and defendants in hundreds of cases in the federal and state courts, before administrative agencies and arbitration panels, including multi-party and class actions. In the course of such litigation. Mr. Wagner has negotiated the settlement of plethora of cases, with and without the assistance of mediators, as well as numerous business and collective bargaining agreements. In addition to being admiited to the bars of FL, PA and MA, he is admiited to practice before the federal district courts in those states as well as to the U.S.Courts of Appeal for the First, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Nineth and Eleventh Circuits, and the U.S. Supreme Court, FL Public Utility Commission and U.S. Trademark Office

EDUCATION:

  • J.D., Duke 1968
  • B.S., Drexel 1965

Memberships & Affiliations

AAA(commercial , employment , labor arbitration and mediation panels), FMCS (labor arbitration panel), NMB (labor arbitration panel), FL 9th Circuit (arbitration panel), 5th DCA (mediation panel), U.S. Dist. Ct. (arbitration and mediation panels), Fl. Dispute Resolution Consortium ( environmental and land use mediation panel), Fl. Div. Condos and Mobile Homes (mediation panel), Ala. Teachers Dispute Program (arbitration panel), Alliance for Dispute Resolution (employment arbitration and mediation panels), U.S. DOL Enforcement ( mediation panel), U.S. EEOC (mediation panel), Pa. DOL (labor arbitration panel), UMWA/BCOA (permanent labor arbitartion panel) U.S Catholic Charities/ SEIU, Dist 1199P (permanent labor arbitation panel), State/Law Enforcement Unions (permanent labor arbitration panel), FINRA and NYSE (securities and employment arbitration and mediation panels), U.S. Dist. Ct./Middle Dist of FL ( mediation and arbitration panels), National Futures Foundation (arbitration panel), Fl. Dept. Finance ( insurance mediation panel). Member National Academy of Distinquished Neutrals, Florida Academty of Professional Mediators, Pennsyvania Council of Mediators, Western Pennslvania Council of Mediators, Association for Conflict Resolution (former President, Florida Chapter), NERA, ABA, FL BAR, PA BAR, MA BAR, SFLERP. NILR, et al.

Rates


LABOR-MANAGEMENT DISPUTES: $975 per diem. Covers 8-hour hearing day, including lunch and breaks. Not prorated for hearing of less than 8 hours; Study and travel time prorated per diem; reasonable expenses are charged at cost, such as transportation, parking, lodging, meals.

REGULAR ARBITRATIONS AND MEDIATIONS: $325 per hour;, including study and travel time; reasonable expenses are charged at cost, such as transportation, parking, lodging and meals.

 

Lynn E. Wagner is a member of our FL chapter, Florida Circuit-Civil Mediator Society, Florida's premier roster of distinguished attorney-mediators. The FCCMS profile includes more specific local information, such as counties and regions served, and can be visited directly at www.floridamediators.org/lynn-wagner

 

 
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