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Name: Anne M. Goyette Lawlor
Address: Griffiths, Castle & Lawlor Goyette
  330 Primrose Road, Suite 614
  Burlingame, CA 94010

Telephone:(650) 375-5960Fax:(650) 375-5965  
      

Email: anne@specialmaster-mediator.com
Website: www.specialmaster-mediator.com

Fees: $425 per hour  
Other Costs:  Copies, faxes, delivery charges. Lexis/Nexis reasearch, conference call charges.

BAR Number:0000000

Attorney: xNon-Attorney Professional Mediator/Arbitrator:         Retired Judge/Justice:  

Mediation
Experience:


 
Since joining Griffiths & Castle in 1998, my practice has focused exclusively on alternative dispute resolution. I have facilitated more than $160 million in settlements of more than 100 cases as a Special Master, Mediator, Dispute Resolution Provider.
Mediation
Training:


 
U. S. D. C. Alternative Dispute Resolution Program Training (2003); John Paul Jones Group Comprehensive Mediation Training (2000); Alternative Dispute Resolution Semester Course (Santa Clara University School of Law 1988).
Arbitration
Experience:


 
Neutral
Evaluation
Background:

 
See Mediation Experience.
Settlement
Conference
Experience:


SubjectPersonal Injury:xEmployment: Business:xReal Estate:x
Matter:Legal Malpractice: Public Agency: Probate: Construction:x
 Medical Malpractice: Environmental:xInsurance:xSecurities: 
 Product Liability:xLandlord-Tenant / Neighborhood: Dental Malpractice: 
 Foreign Language(s): Intellectual Property/High Technology:  
 Accoutings:  Conservatorships/Guardianships:  Wills/Trusts: 
 Other:  

Other
Education:


 
J.D. Santa Clara University School of Law, 1988; Dean's List; AmJur Award in Alternative Dispute Resolution; AmJur Award in Constitutional Law; Law Review Comments Editor ( Highest Score); Emery Law Scholarship; A.B.A Client Counseling Competition, Regional Finalist.
B.S. Political Science, Public Service, University of California, Davis, 1985: Chancellor's Outstanding Senior Award; Warner Communications Scholarship.
Mediation
Approach:


 
Start with facilitative approach. If insufficient progress is made, utilize evaluative approach.
Arbitration
Approach:


 
Neutral
Approach:


 
See Mediation Approach
Other
Information:


 
See web.
Brief
Thumbnail:


Resume available upon request.

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