Business, Labor and Employment, Entertainment, Family Matters, Homeowners’ Association, Legal Malpractice, Personal Injury, Civil Rights, Real Property and Construction.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION EXPERIENCE
Mr. Marx became a neutral after being encouraged to do so by a client he represented in a contentious employment dispute. He received training from and was certified by Dispute Resolution Services in 1988 and has served as an independent mediator and member of numerous panels, including that of the Los Angeles County Superior Court. He has been an arbitrator since 1996 and has also served as an independent investigator in alleged employee misconduct (Cotran) investigations.
Mr. Marx was in private practice with two Los Angeles law firms from 1967 to 1971 and has been a sole practitioner since 1972.
ORGANIZATIONS & ACHIEVEMENTS
Member, Los Angeles County Superior Court ADR Committee, 1999, 2000, 2003
Chairperson, Beverly Hills Bar Association ADR Section, 2002-2001; former section Executive Committee member
Member, Executive Committee, ADR Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1993-96
Member, Executive Committee, Labor and Employment Section, Beverly Hills Bar Association, 2003 to present
Author of Los Angeles Daily Journal articles concerning settlement and mediation confidentiality
Frequent speaker and panelist on a wide variety of mediation, arbitration and litigation topics before bar associations and other legal groups, business organizations and consular officials
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Trained and certified as a mediator by Dispute Resolution Services (1988)
LL.B., New York University Law School (1966)
B.A., Psychology, University of California, Berkeley (1963)
Fluent in French
Mr. Marx is available throughout California.