New Mandatory Disclosures Before Mediation & All the Key Confidentiality Issues (1.5 Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


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On January 1, 2019, a new California law will require practitioners to ensure that their client, before agreeing to mediation, understand the implications of California's legal protections for mediation communications. Join us for this program and learn the key concepts of mediation confidentiality, what type of information is protected under the confidentiality rules, the impact of confidentiality on discoverability and admissibility, exceptions to mediation confidentiality, and what practitioners must do to satisfy the new disclosure requirements.

Kevin Green, Esq.
Kevin Green is Senior Counsel with the San Diego office of Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP. As a Certified Appellate Specialist (State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization), he has litigated mediation confidentiality issues arising under...More
Gregg Relyea, Esq.
As one of the most experienced neutrals in the field of private dispute resolution, Mr. Relyea has mediated and arbitrated on a private, full-time basis for 26 years. His mediation style is flexible and adapted to each case. With extensive formal...More
Ana M. Sambold, Esq.
Ana M. Sambold is a commercial Mediator and Arbitrator. She is on the neutral panels of the San Diego Superior Court, ADR Services, Inc., American Arbitration Association (AAA), California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) and Better...More

Originally Published

January 16, 2019

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • New Mandatory Disclosures Before Mediation & All the Key Confidentiality Issues - Video
  • New Mandatory Disclosures Before Mediation & All the Key Confidentiality Issues - Paper

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