Featuring: Jeff Kichaven, Esq. and Lee Jay Berman
Moderated by: Richard Huver, Esq.
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.” Come hear 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.
Lunch will be provided. Registrations are due by noon on March 18, 2016 to avoid the late fee. By registering, you are agreeing not to record, photograph or otherwise capture any video or audio of this seminar. The SDCBA has the right to refuse registrations. Late registrants and walk-ins will incur a $5.00 late registration fee. Registration fees apply to the actual program being purchased and are not transferable to another seminar attendee or online program. Walk-ins will be accommodated as space allows. Registrations will be held until 15 minutes after the published seminar start time. The SDCBA certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE by the State Bar of California.
Lee L. Blackman
Blackman ADR Services
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