Ruth V. Glick, Mediator & Arbitrator, based in Burlingame, California.

MEMBER PROFILE: Ruth V. Glick
 

Ruth V. Glick
Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Resolution
1325 Howard Ave. #512
Burlingame, CA 94010

Tel: (650) 344-2144
Fax: (650) 344-2522
Email: rvg@ruthvglick.com
www.ruthvglick.com

With over 25 years of dispute resolution experience in both her business and legal careers, Ruth Glick is a highly regarded ADR practitioner known for her skill and tenacity in settling complex civil litigation.



ONLINE APPOINTMENT SCHEDULING
   
Calendar Last Updated: 18 Jun 17

 





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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
 
Mediation
Arbitration
Med-Arb
Early Neutral Evaluation
Fact Finding
Special Master

Serving the following Counties:
Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, Riverside, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara

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CASE EXPERIENCE
 
Ruth V. Glick has experience in settling the following civil matters:
ADA Disability
Agricultural
Anti-Trust
Appellate
Arts (Fine, Performing)
Automotive
Banking & Finance
Biotech
Business Dissolution
Civil Rights
Commercial/Business
Condominiums
Construction
Consumer Fraud
Contract Disputes
Debt Collections
Discrimination
EEOC
Education
Elder Abuse
Employment
Entertainment Sector
Environmental
Family Businesses
Franchise
Health Care
Insurance
Intellectual Property
International
Internet
Labor/Unions
Landlord/Tenant
Libel & Slander
Media & Communications
Medical Devices
Medical Malpractice
Mergers & Acquisitions
Non-profit Organizations
Nursing Homes
Partnerships
Personal Injury
Pharmaceuticals
Police
Probate
Professional Fees
Professional Negligence
Real Estate
Religious Institutions
Securities
Sexual Harassment
Shareholder Disputes
Software
Sports
Technology
Telecommunications
Torts
Trademarks/Patents
Transportation
Trusts / Estates
Venture Capital
Wage & Hour/FMLA
Wrongful Death
 
PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION

Biographical Notes:

Ruth Glick is a full time arbitrator and mediator whose skill and knowledge of ADR derives from her background as a lawyer, businesswoman and educator. She has had over 25 years experience as a dispute resolver in both her legal and business careers and was Adjunct Professor of Arbitration and ADR Law at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law for ten years. She serves as a full time neutral for business, commercial, securities, financial, real estate, medical malpractice, estate, technology and labor and employment disputes. She is on the commercial arbitration and mediation panels of the American Arbitration Association, the arbitration panel of the Office of the Independent Administrator for medical malpractice issues, the Panel of Distinguished Neutrals for CPR, as well as ADR panels of a number of court, industry and government entities. A Super Lawyer of Northern California and an author and lecturer on ADR topics, she received her B.A. degree from Northwestern, law degree from University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Ms Glick was trained as a mediator for legal disputes at Harvard Law School's Program.

Ms. Glick is the current Chair of the Dispute Resolution Section of the American Bar Association, a member of the California Bar, past President of The Mediation Society, Distinguished Fellow, International Academy of Mediators, Fellow and former Director of the College of Commercial Arbitrators, former member, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ADR Committee, past President, California Dispute Resolution Council, and former President of the Bar Association of San Francisco Arbitration Committee. Further information is available on www.ruthvglick.com

Education:

Ms. Glick earned a B.A. degree from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and a law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. She was trained as a mediator for legal disputes at Harvard Law School's Program.

Harvard Law School Mediation Workshop, Program of Instruction for Lawyers 1994
Advanced Mediator's Forum, JAMS/Endispute and Pepperdine University 1997
Master's Forum, Pepperdine University 2003
American Arbitration Association Commercial Arbitrator Training Workshops
Numerous bar, Federal Court and other professional sponsored courses and seminars

In 2008, Ms. Glick The Mediation Society's "Outstanding Achievement in Mediation" Award. In 2003, Ms. Glick was honored with the 2003 Robert C. Barrett Award for Outstanding Service in Field of ADR

Languages

English

Memberships & Affiliations :

American Arbitration Association, Commercial and Complex Case Panel, Labor and Employment Panel; Office of the Independent Administrator (Kaiser) Member, Panel of Distinguished Neutrals, CPR (International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution), Distinguished Fellow, International Academy of Mediators (IAM), Fellow, College of Commercial Arbitrators U.S. District Court - Northern District of California ADR Program
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
State of California, Mediation and Conciliation Service, Labor Disputes Panel and PERB
San Francisco County Superior Court Mediator and Special Master
Santa Clara County Superior Court Mediator and Arbitrator Panel Member
San Mateo County Superior Court Mediator, Arbitrator, Neutral Evaluation Panel Member
Office of the Independent Administrator (Kaiser)
FINRA; Permanent Labor Arbitration Panel, IRS/NTEU
Professional Associations:
Chair, Dispute Resolution Section, American Bar Association
Distinguished Fellow, International Academy of Mediators
Fellow, College of Commercial Arbitrators
San Mateo County Bar Association
ADR Comm., Santa Clara County Bar Assoc., ADR Comm.
Civil/Judicial ADR Advisory Committee, San Mateo Superior Court
California State Bar, Litigation Section, ADR Committee

RATES & PAYMENT INFORMATION

Rates: $450/hour - $3600/day or $1800 1/2 day


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