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LEGAL MALPRACTICE

 




Expertise in at least two separate areas of the law are ideal when selecting a neutral for a legal malpractice case.  Clearly, experience in handling attorney malpractice cases are a must but additional expertise in the law for the underlying claim is necessary as well.

Private dispute resolution of an attorney malpractice case makes perfect sense.  The parties can select an ARC neutral who has expertise in both.  If necessary, a neutral that also has insurance coverage expertise can be selected.  These cases are somewhat unique because an insurance company cannot settle without the consent of the attorney defendant.  Of course, because all attorneys are concerned with maintaining a good reputation, taking the case out of the public arena is desirable.


   
 


Hon. Armand Arabian

Hon. Herbert L. Ashby
1

Hon. Aviva K. Bobb

Hon. Lawrence W. Crispo

Hon. Daniel A. Curry
1, 5

Hon. Joseph F. De Vanon

Hon. Robert Feinerman

Hon. Paul G. Flynn

Hon. Arnold Gold

Hon. Margaret M. Grignon
1

Hon. J. Gary Hastings
1

Hon. Arnold Levin



Hon. Charles G. Lee


Hon. Arnold Levin

Hon. Dion G. Morrow

Hon. Lise A. Pearlman

Hon. Robert Roberson, Jr.

Hon. Charles G. Rubin


Hon. H. Lee Sarokin3

Hon. Harvey A. Schneider

Hon. John P. Shook


Hon. Bruce J. Sottile


Hon. Gretchen W. Taylor


Richard M. Coleman, Esq.

Joseph A. Davis, Esq.

Thomas M. Dempsey, Esq.

Max Factor III, Esq.

Daniel Garrie, Esq.

Peter J. Marx, Esq.

Daniel P. Powell, Esq.

Jerold S. Sherman, Esq.

Shirley K. Watkins, Esq.

1 Retired Court of Appeal
3 Retired U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
5 Available in Hawaii

 

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