- Employment + Labor
- Civil Rights / Section 1985
$200.00 per party/per day
Mediation Hourly Fees
2 Party Case: $300.00 Per Party Per Hour
3 Party Case: $285.00 Per Party Per Hour
4 Party Case: $275.00 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.
A 3-Hour Minimum will be charged in All Cases
For travel time for hearings outside the metro Atlanta area, $125.00 per hour will be charged, in addition to travel expenses including, but not limited to airfare, mileage, car rental, lodging and meals.
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.
If a Mediation or Arbitration is postponed, rescheduled or canceled for any reason WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS OF THE HEARING, the Responsible Party(s) will be charged a FOUR-HOUR MINIMUM at the FULL hourly rate for all parties in the entire case, as stated on BAY Mediation & Arbitration Services, LLC Fee Structure Sheet, included with the Confirmation Letter when the Mediation or Arbitration was scheduled. If any Party has any questions about this Policy, please call Steven directly.
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Steve Wolfe has nearly two decades’ experience representing people from all walks of life, from all industries, and at all income levels. He has devoted most of his career to representing plaintiffs, though he has also represented defendants and counseled small businesses on employment issues. In all aspects of his practice, Steve prioritizes getting to know and understand the people, businesses, and issues involved on all sides of a dispute. He focuses on assisting with practical, experience-based assessments and problem solving.
As an advocate, Steve specializes in employment discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour law, restrictive covenants, executive separations, and other conflicts between employers and employees. Steve has also worked in a range of other areas, including First Amendment, whistleblower, false arrest, and police misconduct cases. He is equally at home with public and private sector disputes.
After practicing with two prominent Atlanta employment law firms, Steve co-founded the firm Legare, Attwood & Wolfe, LLC in 2015. He has earned numerous peer recognitions, including a consistent AV Preeminent Rating, a consistent place on the Georgia Super Lawyers list, and an “On the Rise” Award from the Fulton County Daily Report. Steve has tried cases to favorable verdicts in federal and state courts, successfully argued appeals before the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court, and reached favorable settlements in multiple collective actions for unpaid overtime wages.
Steve serves on the Board of the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation and the Atlanta Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Section. He is also a past-president and board member of the National Employment Lawyers Association’s Georgia affiliate.