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Good, Bad and the Ugly: What Will Become of California’s Mediation Confidentiality? (1.5 General Participatory Credit)
Published by San Diego County Bar Association

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Two prominent California mediators represent the opposing positions in the debate surrounding California Law Revision Commission's Study K-402, entitled “Relationship Between Mediation Confidentiality and Attorney Malpractice and Other Misconduct.” Join us to listen to them debate the public policy arguments driving this proposed reform and its implications, including the following: Would this exception generate more litigation, eroding the purpose and value of mediation? Are lawyers using mediation confidentiality to shield their malpractice? Will mediation participants feel free to speak frankly in mediation if they know their communications can be used against them? How will this reform impact mediation? And much more.

Lee Jay Berman
Lee Jay Berman began as a full-time mediator over 22 years ago, and has successfully mediated over 2,100 matters. He is a national panelist with the American Arbitration Association, a Distinguished Fellow with the International Academy of Mediators,...More
Jeff Kichaven
Jeff Kichaven is an Honors Graduate of the Harvard Law School (J.D. Cum Laude, 1980), a Phi Beta Kappa Graduate of the University of California, Berkeley (A.B., Economics, 1977), and a veteran of 15 years' of business litigation experience as a...More
Richard Huver
Richard Huver is the Immediate Past President of the San Diego County Bar Association and a Past President of the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego. Richard was a plaintiff’s trial attorney for nearly 30 years, handling a wide variety of death and...More
Originally Published
March 21, 2016

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Good, Bad and the Ugly: What Will Become of California’s Mediation Confidentiality? - Video
  2. Good, Bad and the Ugly: What Will Become of California’s Mediation Confidentiality? - Paper

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