Description of Practice
Gary S. Salzman is a certified circuit civil and appellate mediator and arbitrator. He is a member of the American Arbitration Association’s employment, commercial and financial arbitration and mediation panels. Mr. Salzman provides alternative dispute resolution services for business, commercial, employment and real property disputes as a mediator, an arbitrator and a voluntary trial resolution judge. He is presently a shareholder with GrayRobinson, P.A., located in its Orlando office. He primarily handles litigation, mediation, arbitration and private judging in the following areas: Corporate, Business, Commercial, Contract, Real Estate, Employment, Landlord-Tenant and Lender Disputes.
Mr. Salzman was born in Port Chester, New York. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration in 1985 and his Juris Doctorate in 1988 from the University of Miami. Mr. Salzman is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Business Litigation and, as such, is a board certified specialist in business litigation. He served six years on The Florida Bar’s Business Litigation Certification Committee as a member and past chairperson. He served on the Ninth Judicial Circuit's Business Court Formation Committee and on the Board of Legal Specialization and Education for The Florida Bar. Mr. Salzman is active in the George C. Young American Inn of Court, where he holds a "master" designation, serves on its board of directors and was its President for the years 2011 - 2013. He has been also an elected member of the Executive Council for the Orange County Bar Association since 2009.
Mr. Salzman’s fees and hourly rates are available upon request.
Alternative Dispute Resolution Services for:
- Business & Commercial Disputes
- Construction Issues
- Commercial Real Estate Matters
- Contract Disputes
- Employment Discrimination Claims
- Non-Compete Issues
- Fair Labor Standards Act Claims
- Entertainment and Sports Matters
- Franchise Issues
- International Commercial Claims
- Commercial Landlord - Tenant Matters
- Partnership and Shareholder Disputes