I am representing an individual defendant in a business case that is in litigation. (He is an independent film producer, and was removed and later sued by the LLC he had formed here in Seattle in…Continue
I am representing an individual defendant in a business case that is in litigation. (He is an independent film producer, and was removed and later sued by the LLC he had formed here in Seattle in 2005 for alleged breach of fiduciary duty.) We need to mediate. He's in NYC and does not have much of a budget. I would like to schedule our case for a half-day mediation with a private mediator who is not terribly expensive. Would you please email me if you are interested in possibly serving as…See More
I have practiced law since graduating from Boston College Law School in 1986, first at a large Dallas firm, then at Lane Powell, and, for the past thirteen years, managing my own law office. I have primarily handled cases in the employment and product liability areas, though I have also worked on a wide variety of tort and business-related cases. For the past ten years, I have served as an arbitrator through the King County Superior Courts' Mandatory Arbitration program.
I plan to begin serving as a mediator. I have been through many mediations as an attorney, but serving as a mediator will be new for me. In January, I completed the Professional Mediation Skills training at the UW School of Law.
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