2 Programs with Lawrence A. Huerta, Esq.

Lawrence Huerta works in his own private mediation practice. Mr. Huerta is known for his creative and energetic approach to mediation and helping parties find interest based, risk managed resolutions. He worked at major law firms in Los Angeles and San Diego before forming his own law firm in San Diego in 1991. Mr. Huerta is a Mediator and Arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”), the San Diego County Superior Court Mediation Panel, the United States Forest Service and Postal Service. He has mediated approximately eight hundred cases, including nearly four hundred employment cases, and more than twenty matters around the country in the national sexual discrimination and harassment class action Martens v. Smith Barney, also notoriously known as the "Boom-Boom case", administered through the Duke University Private Adjudication Center. Mr. Huerta has also presided in over one hundred mediations for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Mr. Huerta graduated with honors from the University of California, Davis with a B.A. in Economics in 1980. He graduated from the University of Michigan Law School and was admitted to the California Bar in 1983. He is the author of the short published articles “What The ABA Says Lawyers and Clients Are Looking For in Commercial Mediation” and “Why Mediation?”. He is a member of the San Diego County Bar Association Labor & Employment Section, ADR Section, and the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution.

This bundle includes the following programs:
  • Anxiety and Stress Management in A Challenging Profession (1.0 Competency Participatory Credit)
  • California Cannabis Law: Navigating the Minefield (3.0 General Participatory Credits)
  • Cybersecurity for the Legal Professional (.75 General Participatory Credit and .25 Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)
  • Limited Scope Representation: Practical Tips to Assist More Clients & Expand Your Practice (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • Fifth Annual Beer and Wine Law Update (1.5 General Participatory Credits)
  • Fundamentals of Family Law: Practical Tips for Practicing in San Diego (3.25 General Participatory Credits & 1.0 Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)
  • The Attorney-Client Contract: The Intersection of Ethical Obligation, Risk Management and Client Retention Strategies (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • The Jury is Watching (1.5 General and 0.5 Legal Ethics Participatory Credits)
  • What Works Well in Mediation (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • Dispute Resolution Agreements: Functional and Dysfunctional (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • Death of a Litigant & Creditor’s Claims - Civil & Probate Cross-Over Issues (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • Here and Now: Practical Ethics and Civility in Today's Profession (3.0 Hours of Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)
  • How to Ethically Use the Cloud (1.0 Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)
  • Removing the Stigma: Suicide Detection and Prevention in the Legal Profession (1.0 Competency Issues Participatory Credit)
  • Dialogue on Diversity: Cultural Competency - An Essential Skill for Lawyers Advocating in a Diverse World (1.0 Elimination of Bias Credit)
  • Opening Your Practice: Client Communications: Engagement Letters, Fee Agreements, Billing Statements, etc. (1.0 Legal Ethics and 0.5 General Participatory Credits)
What Works Well in Mediation (1.0 General Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association

Credit: CA

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