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    New Mediation Webinar Series #5 of 6 -- When Neutrality, Confidentiality and Ethics Collide: Guidance for Mediators

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    The program will focus on a myriad of instances that frequently arise during mediations involving business, commercial, and tort cases wherein the Mediator has to successfully navigate between remaining neutral, maintaining confidentiality and otherwise conducting the process according to the rules of ethics, while at the same time focusing on keeping the negotiations on track and headed toward settlement.

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    2018-2019 NEW MEDIATION WEBINAR SERIES

    • SEPTEMBER 12, 2018: Advanced Negotiation Strategies in Mediation: “Sales," “Packaging,” and “Pacing” to Achieve the Best Outcome
    • OCTOBER 10, 2018: Swearing, Sweating, Outrage and Tears: Handling Highly Emotional Disputes in Mediation
    • NOVEMBER 14, 2018: When Participants Say “No” to a Joint Session: Lessons from the Left Coast
    • DECEMBER 12, 2018: What Impresses, Disturbs, Confuses, and Confounds your clients in Mediation
    • FEBRUARY 13, 2019: When Neutrality, Confidentiality and Ethics Collide: Guidance for Mediators
    • MARCH 13, 2019: Evaluative Mediation: Methods, Risks, Ethics, and Rewards

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    Feb 13, 2019

    2019-02-13T13:00:00-05:00 2019-02-13T14:15:00-05:00 New Mediation Webinar Series #5 of 6 -- When Neutrality, Confidentiality and Ethics Collide: Guidance for Mediators

    The program will focus on a myriad of instances that frequently arise during mediations involving business, commercial, and tort cases wherein the Mediator has to successfully navigate between remaining neutral, maintaining confidentiality and otherwise conducting the process according to the rules of ethics, while at the same time focusing on keeping the negotiations on track and headed toward settlement.

    Speakers

    Mitchell Tarighati

    Sepassi and Tarighati, LLP

    Mitchell M. Tarighati, Esq. is a seasoned mediator with an exceptional track record of settled cases. Already an experienced civil litigator in private practice, Mr. Tarighati has been engaged in dispute resolution work since 2012, resolving cases with complex issues by diplomatically and patiently bridging the divide between the parties. His unwavering work ethic, personable demeanor, and passion for results have all contributed to his reputation among his peers, the plaintiff’s and defense bars, and insurance industry professionals as an extremely effective neutral. Mr. Tarighati draws upon a lifetime of diverse experiences and a unique multicultural perspective to resolve the disputes he mediates. His interpersonal skills are well-known, with colleagues commending him on his respectful and patient approach, friendly disposition, and ability to connect with clients of different backgrounds. Mr. Tarighati began his legal career working for a solo practitioner, and thereafter as an associate at a boutique firm focusing his practice on representing professional liability claims against real estate agents and brokers. In 2008, he joined a statewide law firm in California, and thereafter in 2011 he became a Partner nominee and was voted in as a Partner the following year. In 2012, Mr. Tarighati co-founded his own firm of Sepassi & Tarighati, LLP, where in addition to his mediation practice (affiliated with ADR Services, Inc.), he also pursues a balanced plaintiff and insurance defense practice.

     

    Angela Reddock

    Reddock Law Group

    Named a "Top California Employment Lawyer" by the Daily Journal, and one of Los Angeles' "Most Influential Minority and Women Attorneys" by the Los Angeles Business Journal, Angela Reddock-Wright is the Managing Partner of the Reddock Law Group.  A practicing attorney for nearly 23 years, and a former employment and labor law litigator for more than 15 years, Mrs. Reddock-Wright's practice now focuses on the mediation, arbitration and investigation of workplace and Title IX disputes. Mrs. Reddock-Wright is the President of the Southern California Mediation Association and is a member of the distinguished panel of arbitrators and mediators for the American Arbitration Association.  She is a Member of the Los Angeles County Equity Oversight Panel, an independent oversight body comprised of employment law experts, that advises the County on equity investigations. Mrs. Reddock-Wright is an Associate Professor at California State University Dominguez Hills, in the Negotiations, Conflict Resolution, and Peace Program.  She is an Instructor at UCLA Extension, in the Human Resources Certification Program. Mrs. Reddock-Wright is a graduate of UCLA School of Law, Amherst College, and the Coro Foundation Fellowship in Public Policy and Public Affairs.  She received her training as a mediator from the Strauss Institute at the Pepperdine University School of Law. Mrs. Reddock-Wright is a published author, and frequent speaker and legal commentator.  She has been featured on CNN, the New York Times, Washington Post, and Essence Magazine, among other news and media outlets.  Mrs. Reddock-Wright is passionate about the workplace and has made it her life's mission to help build great 21st Century workplaces, and to help bridge the gaps that often divide employers and employees.

     

    Jan Schau

    ADR Services Inc

    Jan Frankel Schau, Esq. is one of the leading mediators in the Southern California industry, named by the Daily Journal as one of the 50 "Top Neutrals" in California, recognized as a Distinguished Fellow by the prestigious International Academy of Mediators and named one of Super Lawyer's Top Women Mediators in Los Angeles. Ms. Schau settles litigated cases arising out of employment, business, real estate and tort disputes with humanity and intelligence. With over twenty years of experience as a litigator - 10 years in Insurance Defense and 10 years representing Plaintiffs in employment, business and personal injury - Jan has a unique ability to understand and evaluate both sides of conflict and to get to the heart of it in order to lead the disputants towards a satisfactory resolution in every dispute efficiently, effectively and fairly.  Jan currently serves as the ABA Dispute Resolution Section Chair of the highly successful Webinar series.

     

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