Mark C. Rutherford, Mediator & Arbitrator, based in Westlake Village, California.

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Mark C. Rutherford
Conflict Management Institute
4212 Saddlecrest Lane
Westlake Village, CA 91361

Tel: (818) 889-2211
Fax: (818) 707-2211
Email: mcrcmi@pacbell.net

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
 
Mediation
Arbitration
Med-Arb

Serving the following Counties:
Los Angeles, Monterey, Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Ventura

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CASE EXPERIENCE
 
Mark C. Rutherford has experience in settling the following civil matters:
Automotive
Banking & Finance
Civil Rights
Commercial/Business
Community Associations
Condominiums
Construction
Contract Disputes
Eminent Domain
Employment
Energy Sector (Oil, Gas)
Franchise
Health Care
Insurance
Intellectual Property
Land Use/Planning
Landlord/Tenant
Local Govt./Municipalities
Medical Malpractice
Partnerships
Personal Injury
Product Liability
Professional Negligence
Real Estate
Securities
 
PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION

Biographical Notes:

A full time neutral with the AAA since 1994 with an extensive mediation and arbitration practice who has earned a reputation for settling the most difficult and complex disputes.

  • Business: Numerous business disputes in a wide variety of industries including sale of businesses, disputes concerning payment terms, consulting, covenants not to compete and related agreements, contract violations, fraud, misappropriation of trade secrets, copyright and trademark infringements, business torts including contractual interference, unfair competition , partnership and close corporate disputes.
  • Real Estate: Numerous commercial and residential real estate claims, including disputes arising out of buy-sell agreements alleging nondisclosures, failure of financing and other contingencies, broker disputes, commercial and residential lease disputes; matters involving land use zoning and environmental regulations and condemnation valuation disputes.
  • Construction: Numerous multiparty disputes concerning alleged design and construction defects, nonpayment, lost profits, overcharges, unauthorized change orders, abandonment, prevention of performance, delay damages and completion costs.
  • Health care: Multiparty disputes amongst providers, payor's management entities, and suppliers.
  • Torts: including defamation, Libel, slander and personal injury, fee and professional negligence claims and related disputes.

Since 1994, focused entire practice on ADR. Currently appointed on the Ventura County Superior Court's Mediation Advisory Board, the AAA's Commercial Panel, National Construction Mediation Panel, the Large Complex Case Panel (LCCP) and the Los Angeles B2B Advisory Committee.

Education:

  • Southern Oregon University (BS, Clinical Psychology-1977);
  • University of San Diego (JD-Law Review-1986).

Alternative Dispute Resolution Training:
AAA Commercial Arbitrator II Training, Los Angeles, 1/02; AAA Arbitrator Update 2001; AAA Commercial Arbitrator Training, Los Angeles, 2/99; AAA Advanced Construction Mediator Training, San Francisco, 12/97; First Mediation Corp., Amazing Resolutions to Deadlock Mediations, 9/97; AAA Dealing with the Toughest Issues as an Arbitrator or Advocate, 6/96; Los Angeles County Bar, Nuts and Bolts of Judicial Mediation, 10/96; Southern California Mediation Association, The Many Faces of Mediation, 11/96; Southern California Mediation Association, Nature of Mediation Skills, 11/95; Southern California Mediation Association/Society of Professional in Dispute Resolution, Ethical Challenges Mediators Face, 7/95; Southern California Mediation Association, New Opportunities for Mediation and Mediators, 11/94; Hawaii State Bar Association, Fee Agreements and Contracts Mediation Training, 11/92; Hawaii State Bar Association, Hawaiian Continuing Legal Education: Understanding, Preparation, and Practice, 5/92; Hawaiian Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Advanced ADR Issues in Commercial, Real Estate, and Personal Injury, 11/91 various other ADR training.

Languages

English

Memberships & Affiliations :

  • American Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Section
  • California Bar Association
  • Hawaii Bar Association
  • Los Angeles Bar Association
  • College of Commercial Arbitrators
  • Southern California Mediation Association
  • Association for Conflict Resolution
  • Southern California Association of Governments, Energy and Environment Committee Board Member
  • Los Virgenes Council of Governments, Board Member


RATES & PAYMENT INFORMATION

Rates:
$400.00 per hour for hearing and study time.

Cancellation Policy: $1,600 for each scheduled day will be charged to the responsible party(ies) if hearing(s) are canceled or postponed within 20 days of the scheduled date(s).


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