Section ADR


The ADR Section (Alternative Dispute Resolution) works to further the knowledge of its members by developing and implementing programs and training in alternative dispute resolution, and to offer Continuing Legal Education (CLE). ADR Section members are lawyers and nonlawyers who serve as mediators, arbitrators, and neutral case evaluators. Attorneys and other professionals who advocate for their clients in ADR proceedings are welcome to join the section.

Section Chair

Scott Buell
415 526 6319
scottbuell@buellmediation.com


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Notice
Main County Superior Court

Uniform Local Rules 2

Updated January 1, 2017
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There are no upcoming ADR events

JUDGE'S CORNER
Mar 03, 2019
By Hon. Verna A. Adams

As I approach the twenty-year anniversary of my swearing-in, I have been thinking about how the Marin County Superior Court’s work has expanded and evolved as we strive to fulfill our mission: “To ensure fair and equal access to justice and serve the public with dignity and respect.”

Editor's Introduction
Feb 05, 2019
By Robert Rosborough

This month, delve into the what everyone should know about home improvement contractors, learn a little about aviation law and the regulation of drones and heed calls from a current and a past MCBA President to defend the independence of the judiciary.

President's Message
Feb 04, 2019
By Charles Dresow

The protection and preservation of our independent judiciary is vital to our society and system of justice. The public must retain faith that their grievances can be resolved by a fair and independent judge.

Feb 03, 2019
By David F. Feingold, Esq.

A handy guide to the top ten laws and regulations about home improvement contractors the general practitioner should know.

Installation Recap
Feb 03, 2019
By The Marin Lawyer

MCBA held its 2019 Installation Dinner & Scholarship Fundraiser on February 3rd at the Marin Country Club in Novato. Over 150 MCBA members and friends attended the sold-out event, helping to celebrate the incoming Officers and Board of Directors and support a future generation of lawyers through MCBA's legal scholarship fund.

Feb 02, 2019
By Jonathan Kathrein

Federal regulations, private property rights, state property laws, and local ordinances are a few of the hurdles Amazon, Alphabet and others will have to overcome before they can provide a drone delivery service.