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Name: William H. Holsinger
Address: Law Offices of William H. Holsinger
  247 N. San Mateo Drive
  San Mateo, CA 94401-2608

Telephone:(650) 340-7500Fax:(650) 340-7501  
      

Email: william@holsingerlawoffice.com
Website: www.holsingerlawoffice.com

BAR Number:84528

Arbitration
Experience:
Pro tem in San Mateo county for over 15 years, including settlement pro tem. Member, San Mateo County Court's arbitration panel for approximately 20 years. Have represented litigants in arbitrations 100's of occasions. Retained arbitrator and mediator less than 20 times

SubjectPersonal Injury:xEmployment:xBusiness: Real Estate:x
Matter:Legal Malpractice: Construction:xInsurance: Product Liability:x
 Accountings:
 Other:   
Plaintiff Representation: 100%Defendant Representation:  %

Education &
Background:


 
B.A. - Cal State University, Sonoma - 1973
J.D. - U.C. Hastings College of the Law - 1978
Arbitration
Approach:


 
Arbitration briefs are read before the hearing. Objections to offered exhibits are respected and addressed on merits, but include collaborative discussion of likely admissibility at trial. Arbitrations begin with a brief explanation to litigations about the process and purpose. Issues not in dispute are identified. The process and decision are intended to be an abbreviated and less formal reflection of what is likely to occur at trial
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The litigants participate in the ADR process with the expectation and hope that the matter can be resolved. I believe it is an important part of the process and prospect for pretrial resolution that the litigants believe they have had a fair hearing by an impartial third party at the arbitration, so that the chances of resolution, whether based on the arbitration decision or in subsequent negotiations, are as good as possible

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