Arbitration and mediation are valuable conflict resolution tools. Bruce Kaye is experienced in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes, including mediation and arbitration. In fact, Mr. Kaye has represented clients in arbitrations and mediations and has experience serving as an arbitrator.

The firm has successfully represented Plaintiffs in uninsured/underinsured motorist (UIM)  claims that require arbitration. These include, by way of example:

  • A week of arbitrations in western Colorado resulting in a six-figure recovery for a young businessman who had sustained a brain injury in a truck/auto collision
  • Ongoing arbitration surrounding breach of contract in a professional services dissolution/dispute
  • Employment dispute in the financial services area
  • Settlement shortly before hearing in a wrongful death nursing home case that was successfully transitioned from litigation to arbitration


Mr. Kaye has experience serving as an arbitrator in automobile/personal injury cases, providing the beneficial perspective of knowing how to best present a persuasive argument.

A majority of the firm’s litigation cases may involve mediation in an effort to settle the claims. Mr. Kaye has worked diligently to develop skills. He has  successfully participated in settlement/mediation conferences on all sorts of cases.  Mr. Kaye completed the 40-hour training sponsored by the Colorado Bar Association necessary to be certified mediators in Colorado. The firm looks forward to expanding its practice in these areas.

Another mechanism of dispute resolution involves formal and informal administrative hearings. Our attorneys have experience in this realm. Mr. Kaye has successfully handled administrative appeals and processes involving employment/wage loss, and other matters.


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Englewood CO 80110

Tel: (303) 477-8787

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