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Section | Alternative Dispute Resolution

ADR Section Meeting (in person)


Mediation of Neighbor Disputes

SPEAKERS
Hon. Lynn O'Malley Taylor (Ret.) | JAMS Mediator, Arbitrator, Referee/Special Master, Hearing Officer
Dolores B. Dalton | Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

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We look forward to seeing you in person!

Larry Strick and Diana Maier
Co-Chairs, ADR Section

MCBA IS AN APPROVED PROVIDER AND CERTIFIES THAT THIS ACTIVITY HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR MINIMUM CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION CREDIT BY THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA IN THE AMOUNT OF 1 HOUR TOWARDS LEGAL ETHICS CLE.

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1.0 CLE | General


Box Lunch or Salad (included in registration fee)

Contact

Denise Belli | Email
Mee Mee Wong | Email


05/11/2023 12:00 PM 05/11/2023 1:00 PM America/Los_Angeles ADR Section Meeting (in person) Mediation of Neighbor Disputes Venue TBA, , , CA, Marin County Bar Association info@marinbar.org false MM/DD/YYYY

Registration

Member Registration

Non-member Registration

Registration ends May 10, 2023

Maximum attendance is 50. Register today!


Early Bird Members: $55
Early Bird Non-Members: $75

Members: $65
Non-Members: $85

$45 for ADR Section Members; Registration fees increase $10 after April 28th

Date and Location

Thursday | May 11, 2023
12:00-1:00P

Venue TBA

Speaker Information

Hon. Lynn O'Malley Taylor (Ret.)

JAMS Mediator, Arbitrator, Referee/Special Master, Hearing Officer

Hon. Lynn O’Malley Taylor (Ret.) joins JAMS as a full-time neutral, bringing over 35 years’ experience as a trial court judge. In 1982, Judge Taylor was the first woman elected to the court in Marin County. She has served three times as presiding judge. In addition, Judge Taylor has served in Contra Costa, Sonoma, Monterey, Napa, Sacramento, and Orange counties and for the last seven years in the San Francisco Superior Court as part of the Judicial Council’s Assigned Judges Program.

As supervising civil law judge in Marin County, Judge Taylor eliminated the court’s civil backlog by settling old cases and managing the remaining cases on realistic time schedules. She encouraged mediation and required settlement conferences for all cases that did not settle in mediation. She settled hundreds of cases in partnership with mediation trained attorneys and experts. While serving in San Francisco, she settled numerous cases assigned to her at the request of other judges.

Treating all with dignity and kindness, Judge Taylor has well-deserved respect from the lawyers and litigants who have appeared before her. She approaches each matter that comes before her with optimism and persistence.

Judge Taylor continues to share her expertise serving as faculty in judicial/legal education programs, including Stanford University Law School, University of San Francisco Law School and the California Judicial College. Most recently she taught a course on Advanced Settlement Conferences at the Center for Judicial Education and Research.

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Dolores B. Dalton

Goldfarb & Lipman LLP

Dolores Bastian Dalton has more than twenty years’ experience litigating and mediating commercial, public entity and nonprofit issues on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal trial courts, and on appeal. She has specialized expertise in summary judgment and appellate work. Ms. Dalton has been certified by the State Bar of California as a specialist in appellate law.

Ms. Dalton is also a trained mediator and a member of the mediation panels for the California Court of Appeal for the Third and Sixth Districts. She has successfully mediated numerous complex civil disputes.

Ms. Dalton is an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she teaches Practical Litigation Skills. She has also taught in the University of California Berkeley’s Fall Program for Freshmen.

Ms. Dalton is the former chair of the City of Albany Planning Commission. From 2009 to 2011, she was a member of California Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner’s A.D. 14 “Women of the Year” committee. She is also one of the founders and the former president of the Albany Music Fund, a nonprofit corporation formed to preserve the music program in the City of Albany’s public schools. She volunteers for Alameda County’s Lawyers in the Library program.

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