Alternative Dispute Resolution

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If it can be litigated, it can be mediated.

EDWARD H. DAVIS J.D.

MEDIATION

Southern California

 

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Training

Certified Mediator
State of California

More than 150 hours of training from Basic Mediation through Advanced.

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Training

LASC Court of Appeals Training

Americans with Disabilities Training (ADA)

California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH)

Los Angeles Superior Court Training

Los Angeles County Bar Association Fee Dispute Training.

Court Mediation Training at Westminster Court, Westminster, California.

Education

J.D. Western State University College of Law

Law Degree with an emphasis in Mediation

B.S. Business Administration
WSU Fullerton, California
State University of New York, Farmingdale, New York

Professional Background

Held positions of senior responsibility involving the international transportation industry for more than twenty-five years.

Over the past 6 years appointed to serve the Los Angeles and San Diego Superior Court Alternative Dispute Resolution programs.

Experienced in working with all major government offices including, but not limited to, EEOC, District Attorney, Fair Housing, County Community Agencies and Los Angeles and San Diego Superior Courts.

Mediation Experience

Hundreds of successful mediations for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Department of Fair Employment and Housing, (DFEH)

Mediated employment cases world-wide including Tinian, Saipan, Guam, and Hawaii

LASC Court of Appeals 2nd District

Los Angeles and San Diego Superior Courts

Los Angeles and Orange County Bar Associations Dispute Resolution Services

Orange County Fair Housing

A large number of Community Service Mediations involving Landlord Tenant and Associations.