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Name: Philip H. Shecter
Address: Law Offices of Philip H. Shecter , APC
  1313 Laurel Street, #222
  San Carlos, CA 94070

Telephone:(650) 592-5676Fax:(650) 592-5759  
      

Email: phil@shecterlaw.com
Website: www.shecterlawoffices.com

BAR Number:43091

Arbitration
Experience:
Private Arbitrator and Judicial Arbitrator with San Mateo County Superior Court from inception to present





Private mediation practice in Family Law





Private collaborative family law practice, currently seeking to expand approach to all areas of dispute and negotiations

SubjectPersonal Injury:xEmployment: Business:xReal Estate:x
Matter:Legal Malpractice:xConstruction: Insurance: Product Liability: 
 Accountings:  
 Other:  Family Law - Mediation, Arbitration, Collaborative
Plaintiff Representation: %Defendant Representation:  %

Education &
Background:


 
B.A. - University of San Francisco - Economics - 1965




J.D. - Unviersity of Santa Clara School of Law - 1968




Ongoing continuing legal education since 1969




Harvard Law School's Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative Forum Beyond Yes: Negotiation with Wisdom - Summer 2005 and 2006
Arbitration
Approach:


 
I handle arbitrations formally or informally, as the parties and attorneys wish. I initially explore areas in which there may be stipulations re evidence and/or facts and allow each side adequate time to present its position and introduce evidence
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Having experienced a wide variety of cases in the litigation atmosphere, including but not limited to, real estate, breach of contract and fraud, personal injury, and family law disputes. I have come to realize that litigation is generally unsatisfactory to both sides of a dispute. I have developed and incorporated into my practice negotiation skills in an effort to assist parties in reaching resolution short of litigation - including arbitration, mediation, collaboration, or a hybrid of these approaches. I recently attended, and continue to participate in, Harvard Law School's Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative Forum and continue to develop skills in resolving parties' disputes. Beyond Yes: Negotiation with Wisdom - Summer 2005 and 2006

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