Arbitrations/Expert Testimony

A certified coach, experienced  arbitrator, and qualified expert, Wendeen Eolis is an arbitrator and expert witnesswho whose crdentials have been accepted in court cases and arbitrations since 1969, the tear of her first appointment  as an arbitrator for APCNY, the statewide trade association for recruiters and executive search consultants.

Wendeen became Chairman of the APCNY Arbitration Commission in 1971 for a three year term, following which she was elected President of the 1500 member Association, representing placement firms in New York State (1974-76). In 1976,  Wendeen was a leading force behind the modernization of state laws that affect employment agents. The New York State Senate presented her with a citation for her contribution.  

Wendeen  formed an Arbitration Committee for NAPC in 1976, and since completing her three year term, she has continued to serve as an arbitrator, chief arbitrator, and mediator in disputes involving employers with recruiters-- across the country.  

Wendeen also is consulted as an industry expert for in more than 100 cases involving fee disputes, attorney compensation claims, and employment discrimination grievances. She has been designated as an expert witness in both state and federal courts and deemed qualified in every case that has tested her credentials.


Balanced resolutions are winners

Dispute Resolutions

  • Arbitrator
  • Mediator
  • Expert Witness (State Court)
  • Expert (Federal Court)



Wendeen H. Eolis has qualified as an expert witness in federal and state courts and  offers expert testimony in deposition,  arbitration  and/or at trial with regard to: customs and practices of the legal profession including attorney fees, staffing and employment compensation matters, general personnel matters including wrongful termination, and discrimination claims.

Comfortable In the Hot Seat

Wendeen  studies and reacts to  the evolving legal profession and maturing legal search industry,  forming judgments based on documented develoments, findings, and cases, in employment/separation arrangements, arbitrations, court testimony/reports and white papers .