Alan Banov, has practiced labor and employment law since 1971 and started his own practice in 1980.
Mr. Banov is now accepting private mediation assignments. To learn more about his mediation practice, visit: http://banovmediation.com
Alan has been mediating since 1994 for the Montgomery County Office of Human Rights since 1998 for the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and since 2019 for the Circuit Court for Montgomery County. At present he is principally mediating through Zoom.
Although Alan is no longer accepting new clients at this time. He may be able to recommend a lawyer for your case. You can also find experienced employment lawyers at nela.org, mwela.org, and marylandemploymentlawyers.org.
Sometimes mediation can do more for you than litigation. Alan Banov, a member of the D.C. and Maryland Bars, is a very experienced mediator who can help you resolve your dispute yourself fairly, quickly, and less expensively than through litigation. See www.banovmediation.com
Alan Banov represented over two hundred clients before Federal, state, and local civil service commissions and civil rights agencies, such as:
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Merit Systems Protection Board
D.C. Office of Employee Appeals
D.C. Department of Human Rights
D.C. Commission on Human Rights
Montgomery County Human Relations Commission
Prince George's County Human Relations Commission
In private practice and in service to the National Labor Relations Board, Mr. Banov has presented briefs in almost one hundred appellate cases in federal and state courts, including the Supreme Court.