is there a lawyer in NZ that will work on an employment dispute in America,regarding unpaid wages,any advise would be appreciated
State/Country relating to question: Florida
Require a lawyer for a unpaid wage dispute in Amercia,please advise
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Hi,Ive been working for Florida based company out of indonesia onboard a drillship,the botXXXXX XXXXXne is, I haven't been paid,my contract with these people states any dispute can only be resolved through an American Arbitration process,I'm in NZ they in USA,any advise would be appreciated,Regards XXXXX XXXXX
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Hi Welcome to JustAnswer. There are few lawyers in New zealand that would do this-you really need a US lawyer. I can suggest some NZ lawyers but I am unsure about whether they could do much from here. Would you like some names? I know Greg Thwaites in Auckland is licensed in California and may be able to suggest somethingchristhelawyer41092.8919284375
LLB MMgt FAMINZ 32 years qualified as lawyer
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