Wiley is an experienced qualified neutral mediator under Minnesota General Rule of Practice 114.  Wiley’s years of experience in a variety of legal areas makes him the ideal choice to mediate your case.  His depth of understanding in employment law, labor law, public law, civil rights law, and commercial law make him uniquely suited to assess the strengths and weakness of your case, and to help each party understand the risks inherent in pursuing litigation rather than resolution.

Wiley has leveraged his experience as a litigator and as in-house counsel in mediation situations.  He recognizes the interests that each party to a case may have in seeking an alternative way to resolve their dispute, and knows the costs of a prolonged litigated case.

Use Wiley as your mediator in theses types of cases:

Employment Law

  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or Minnesota Department of Human Rights (MDHR)
  • Title VII and Minnesota Human Rights Act (MHRA) claims of employment discrimination based on protected classes, such as race, sex, pregnancy, disability status, marital status, sexual orientation, age, creed, national origin, color, etc.
  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and related state laws and key employee issues
  • The Age Discrimination Employment Act (ADEA)
  • Claims of harassment and hostile work environment, including sex harassment, racial harassment, and same-sex harassment claims
  • Whistleblower, retaliation, and reprisal claims under statute and common law
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and reasonable accommodation
  • Implied employment agreements and promissory estoppel
  • Unemployment compensation matters
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) compliance advising and litigation regarding classification and misclassification issues as employee or independent contractor or exempt or non-exempt employee
  • Wrongful termination
  • Non-compete issues in employment
  • Constructive discharge claims

Labor Law

  • Grievance mediation
  • Interest mediations

Civil Rights

  • Claims related to procedural and substantive due process
  • Excessive force claims
  • Litigation under 42 U.S.C. 1983
  • 1st Amendment litigation
  • Other claims against public entities

Commercial Law

  • Contract disputes
  • Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) matters
  • Business torts, such as defamation and product disparagement, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, and intentional infliction of emotional distress
  • Claims of interference with contract and interference with prospective business relations
  • Implied contracts and promissory estoppel
  • Claims of fraudulent inducement to contract and negligent representation
  • Trade secrets, confidential information, and solicitation of employees and customers
  • Non-compete issues in the business context
  • Products liability claims, including allegations of defective design, manufacture, and failure to warn
  • Breach of the duty of loyalty and fiduciary duty claims

Depending on your dispute, Wiley can create hourly, half-day, full-day, or multiple-day mediation sessions. Contact Wiley today to receive a copy of his mediation agreement and fees.