Arbitration Arbitrator Services

Mae Lon Ding, President of Personnel Systems Associates, provides services as an arbitrator in the areas of lost wages and benefits, employability analysis, mitigation of lost wages and benefits, employee and executive compensation, performance appraisal, evaluation of personnel policies and procedures, and labor market analysis. Types of litigation where her services are useful include: Employment Litigation, Tax Litigation, Family Litigation, Corporate Dissident Shareholder Litigation


Employment Litigation

  • sex (gender) discrimination (FEHA, Title VII, Equal Pay Act, 1991 Civil Rights Act, etc.)
  • race discrimination (FEHA, Title VII, 1991 Civil Rights Act, etc.)
  • age discrimination (Age Discrimination in Employment Act)
  • employee overtime liability and exemption (FLSA, California IWC Wage Orders)
  • wrongful termination

Tax Litigation – Unreasonable Compensation

  • corporate taxation cases involving IRS disallowances of “unreasonable compensation” for executives in closely held corporations

Family Law Litigation

  • divorce cases involving reasonable employee compensation for spouse working in family owned business

Personal Injury Litigation

  • personal injury and workers compensation cases involving determination of lost wages due to injury or death

Minority Shareholder Lawsuits – Unreasonable Compensation

  • dissident shareholder disputes involving reasonableness of executive compensation of employee stockholders – usually the president or CEO

Personnel Systems Associates, Inc.

Office in Southern California

Southern California
P.O. Box 28597
Anaheim, CA 92809

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Mae Lon Ding
President & Principal Consultant
Personnel Systems Associates

Mae Lon Ding - Personnel SystemsPersonnel Systems Associates provides consulting services in the design of employee compensation, employee productivity improvement, performance appraisal, and personnel management policy and practice. Ms. Ding can serve as arbitrator in legal cases involving employment discrimination, employee overtime pay, employee wage and benefit loss, pay discrimination, employment opportunity/labor market analysis, and reasonable compensation.