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FEDERAL DISPUTES  

It is not uncommon for the United States District Court to refer matters to private dispute resolution.  These matters encompass discovery issues as well as areas including Intellectual Property, Entertainment issues arising from Diversity Jurisdiction and a wide range of civil matters that are filed in the Federal Courts.  All forms of Dispute Resolution including Arbitration & Mediation are applicable to cases emanating from the United States District and U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
   
 


Hon. Armand Arabian

Hon. Yvonne B. Burke

Hon. Daniel A. Curry1,5

Hon. Bruce J. Einhorn4

Hon. Robert Feinerman1

Hon. Margaret M. Grignon1

Hon. J. Gary Hastings1

Hon. Raul A. Ramirez2


Hon. H. Lee Sarokin3

Hon. Harvey A. Schneider

Hon. Venetta Tassopulos


Richard M. Coleman, Esq.

Daniel B. Garrie, Esq.10

Angel Gomez, Esq.

Max Factor III, Esq.

Mark Fleischer, Esq.


Howard N. Gould, Esq.

Linda S. Klibanow, Esq.

Everett Meiners, Esq.

Kendall C. Reed, Esq.

Professor A. Marco Turk, Esq.

Michael L. Wachtell, Esq.


1 Retired Court of Appeal
2 Retired U.S. District Court
3 Retired U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
4 Retired U.S. Immigration Court
5 Available in Hawaii

10 Available Internationally

 

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