Mediation is the parties’ process.
It’s my role, as mediator, to support you in exploring ways to resolve this dispute and ultimately put the problem behind you / your client.
My philosophy as a mediator is to encourage parties to think outside of the box created
by their dispute. Once you arrive at mediation, it's less about who is right and more
about how to move on in a way that is fair and sustainable. To do this, I help
parties look at all sides of the dispute, listen to their concerns, and build a
negotiation process that everyone can trust. From there, we can explore viable
Business & Commercial Mediation
Several business dissolution claims, including distribution, accusations of fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, corporate waste, breach of contract.
Nine-figure breach of contract dispute between large international corporations involving performance, warranty, and indemnity issues.
Several commercial lease disputes.
Business separation between two medical doctors.
Various breach of commercial contract matters.
Intellectual property dispute among filmmakers as to ownership of joint project.
Breach of pre-production agreement and related employment contracts.
Breach of option agreements.
Dissolution of production company.
Breach of license agreement, misuse of trademarks, promotion obligations.
Several construction defect matters related to commercial property.
Several construction defect matters relating to residential property.
Insurance coverage claim involving architects & engineers.
Breach of employment contract claims.
Stages of Mediation
While mediation is not a one-size-fits-all process,
here is a general overview of how many mediations proceed.
I design every mediation with input from the parties
and tailored to meet their needs.
Your mediation statement should not remotely resemble a motion for summary judgment. If you are going to make a submission to the mediator, provide insights about the case that she can use to explore settlement.
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