JUDICATE WEST News Room
JUDICATE WEST Bolsters Southern California Neutral Panel with Addition of Judge FREDERICK P. AGUIRRE
JUDICATE WEST bolsters northern california line-up of mediators and arbitrators with addition of RACHEL EHRLICH
Mediator plays different roles to resolve disputes
Judicate West mediator Ed Oster views his task as similar to a river guide
Settle It Twice: How to Use a Pending Summary Judgment Motion in Mediation
Don't you just love it? Your employment case is in the discovery stage when the defense suggests an early mediation. No promises, of course, but the defendant thinks it would be a “productive exercise” to see if the parties can find a settlement before the litigation.
Arbitrating in 2016: New Cases, Rules, Challenges and Opportunities
MCLE dinner in which emerging commercial, employment and other consumer arbitration trends will be examined, and strategized on how to stay on track for efficient, cost effective, and just results.
For San Diego Mediator, the Law is in his DNA
Steven R. Denton isn't afraid to get hands-on in pursuit of a resolution.
Daily Journal Honors Leading L&E Lawyers
The Daily Journal honors 75 of California's leading attorneys who specialize in labor and employment law
JUDICATE WEST holds open house
Judicate West hosted an open house in its newly expanded downtown Los Angeles office in which it was announced that the Inner City Law Center and the Western Justice Center will the the next grant recipients. This will be the foundation's third and fourth grants issued since its inception less than a year ago.
JUDICATE WEST Establishes Hall of Fame with a Short Ceremony & Celebration in Conjunction with its 20 Year Anniversary
Mediation: Three ways of getting to “yes”
Understanding facilitative, evaluative and directive approaches to a negotiated settlement.
Neutral DAVID MEADOWS weighs parties' emotions and backgrounds
Neutral David Meadows helps others resolve their own problems through coaching and reframing.
ADR providers get creative with juries and private trials
As alternative dispute resolution becomes increasingly entrenched in California law practice, the multimillion dollar industry's major players are rolling out or ramping up new products. Companies dominating the market today, are tweaking existing methods into creative new formats, including elaborate mock courtrooms resembling movie sets with a consultant sourcing a panel of jurors from the district in which the case originated.
Evaporating Emotions: ALAN BERKOWITZ
Neutral Alan Berkowitz uses clever tactics to help defang tense situations. Beyond a knack for identifying emotional issues holding up the settlement process, the former defense litigator and head regional attorney for the National Labor Rleations Board banks more than four decades of experience to bring parties in employment disputes closer to each other.
Dust off the toolbox to move your case along
A deep look into the many resources available today in which to conduct private jury trials whose verdicts can be reviewed on appeal.