- Business + Commercial
- Employment + Labor
- State, Local + Municipal Law
- Civil Rights / Section 1985
$200.00 per party/per day
Mediation / Arbitration Hourly Fees
2 Party Case: $270.00 Per Party Per Hour
3 Party Case: $240.00 Per Party Per Hour
4 Party Case: $210.00 Per Party Per Hour
Fees are the same for any additional time spent on document review, research, written findings of fact/law and other outside time, if any, necessary to prepare or make an informed award or evaluation.
For travel time charges for mediations & arbitrations held at locations other than at BAY’s offices in Macon, please contact BAY.>
ALL CHARGES WILL BE SHARED EQUALLY AMONG ALL PARTIES, UNLESS OTHERWISE AGREED IN WRITING. RATES MAY BE ADJUSTED FOR SPECIAL SITUATIONS. THE FEE IS TO BE AGREED UPON IN ADVANCE.
OUR CONTRACT FOR SERVICES IS WITH THE ATTORNEY(S). WE EXTEND CREDIT, WITH NO ADVANCE DEPOSIT REQUIREMENT, BASED ON THE ATTORNEY’S CREDIT. THE ATTORNEY, IN TURN, COLLECTS FROM HIS/HER CLIENT. THEREFORE, WE EXPECT PAYMENT FROM THE ATTORNEY(S) REGARDLESS OF CLIENT ACTIVITY. ALL FEES MUST BE PAID IN FULL ON EVERY ARBITRATION PRIOR TO THE AWARD BEING PUBLISHED.
*** A FINANCE CHARGE OF 1.50% PER MONTH (18% PER YEAR) WILL BE CHARGED ON BALANCES DUE OVER 45 DAYS.
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K.P. Reddy is a nationally recognized employment and business attorney. For over thirty (30) years, K.P. has had the unique experience of litigating on behalf of both employers and employees in employment, wage and hour, and restrictive covenant cases. K.P is AV®PreeminentTH Peer Review Rated1 by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. K.P. has been selected by Georgia Trend Magazine as one of Georgia’s “Legal Elite” in the practice area of Labor & Employment. Since 2014, K.P. has been voted by his peers as one of Georgia’s Super Lawyers®. In 2015, K.P. was recognized by Georgia Super Lawyers® as a Top 100 lawyer.
K.P. is a graduate of Emory University and Emory Law School. After graduation from law school in 1989, K.P. served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State Attorney General’s Office defending state agencies and officials in employment litigation. In 1996, after entering private practice, K.P. continued to represent state agencies and officials in employment litigation as a Special Assistant Attorney General, and also represented employees and employers. For over thirty (30) years, K.P. has represented employees, government entities, and small businesses in employment and corporate litigation, wage collective actions, and complex restrictive covenant cases. K.P.’s representation of both state and local governments has provided him with extensive experience in understanding the unique issues that arise with governmental entities, such as immunities and settlement.
K.P. received mediation training from both Resolution Resources and Henning Mediation & Arbitration Service. K.P served as an Investigator for discrimination claims filed with the City of Atlanta’s Human Relations Commission, and has been retained to investigate employee complaints filed with employers. From 2007 until 2017, K.P. served as a Hearing Officer for the Georgia Department of Education for teacher and student appeals. Since 2011, K.P. has served as a Hearing Officer for the Georgia Department of Agriculture.
¹ AV®Preeminent™ is a certification mark of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the Bar and the Judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings Fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.
1989 – 996 – Georgia Attorney General’s Office
1996 – Present – The Reddy Law Firm, P.C.
State Bar of Georgia
The Extraterritorial Application of the U.S. Antitrust Laws, Emory International Law Review, 1989