Approved Federal Mediator - Roger J. Miller

Contact Information

McGrath, North Law Firm
1601 Dodge Street
Suite 3700, First National Tower
Omaha, NE 68102

Work Phone (402) 341-3070
Fax (402) 952-1862
E-Mail rmiller@mcgrathnorth.com
  • Admitted to practice in the state of Nebraska on 06/25/1973.
  • First approved as mediator by US District Court on 9/5/2007.
  • Reapproved as mediator by US District Court on 9/24/2012.
  • Willing to travel to other parts of Nebraska to mediate cases in primary subject areas of competence.
  • Willing to travel to other parts of Nebraska to mediate cases in secondary subject areas of competence.

 

Mediated Cases: 
  • Numerous mediations in Sarpy County Small Claims Court (single session).
  • Over six mediations of public employment collective bargaining disputes as ad hoc mediator for the Iowa Public Employee Relation Board (single sessions).
  • Cascio v. City of Papillon.  Successful resolution of sexual harassment (NEOC charge) in Omaha, NE on 8/25/2009.
  • Wubben v. City of Urbandale.  Successful resolution of disability discrimination in Iowa on 4/11/2012.
  • Sronce v. Kiewit Mining Group.  Successful resolution of employment dispute in Omaha, NE on 4/24/2012.
Primary Areas of Mediation Practice: 
  • Other Labor Litigation
  • Labor/Mgmt. Relations
  • Fair Labor Standards Act
  • Occupational Safety/Health
  • Employment
Affiliated with the Following Mediation Centers: 

Concord Center
3861 Farnam Street, Suite B
Omaha, NE 68131

Work Phone (402) 345-1131
Fax (402) 556-2037
Miscellaneous Information: 
  • Admitted to practice in Nebraska in June 1973, in Colorado in July 1973 (inactive), and in Iowa in November 2008.
  • Has co-mediated three to four matters pending before the Sarpy County Small Claims Court pursuant to an agreement between the Court and the Concord Center.
  • After completing the Iowa PERB Mediator Training, contacted as a trainee mediator. Observed the mediation of a collective bargaining agreement between the City of Missouri Valley, IA and it's police department in May 2007. Supervisor was Charles Boldt.
  • Has observed Michael Mullin open a mediation session. Has shadowed John Brownrigg through a complete mediation. Has mediated several employment cases as an advocate.
  • Has litigated matters between numerous state and federal agencies and courts arising under the Fair Labor Standards Act, OSHA, Americans with Disabilities Act, etc.
  • Has litigated matters between numerous state and federal agencies and courts regarding disputes arising under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
  • Has negotiated numerous collective bargaining agreements and has handled multiple proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board.
  • Has provided advice and counsel on a variety of labor relations and Human Resources related matters.
  • Hourly rate is $290.00.