Saul C. Belz concentrates his practice in the areas of business litigation, broker/dealer issues, commercial disputes of all types, complex litigation, appeals and employment law.
Mr. Belz has over 40 years of experience in the law, primarily assisting corporate clients with resolution of disputes, both in court and through alternative dispute mechanisms. He has participated both as counsel for the plaintiff and counsel for the defendant in class actions involving such diverse matters as securities fraud, consumer issues and Title VII claims. He has represented numerous broker/dealers and customers in arbitration and litigation.
Mr. Belz is also a Certified Tennessee Rule 31 mediator.
-Contributing co-author of the American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Survey of State Class Action Law, A Report of the State Laws Subcommittee of the Class Actions and Derivative Suits Committee (ABA 1999) for the State of Tennessee; Also published in the 2001 Supplement to Newberg on Class Actions (West Group 2001)
-Federal Tax Rulings: Procedure and Policy, 21 Vand. L. Rev. 78 (1967) and co-author of Limitations on Employer Conduct During Union Organizational Campaigns - A Survey, 19 Vand. L. Rev. 438 (1966)