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Name: Bradley Bostick
Address: Mediation and Law Office of Bradley Bostick
  1480 Moraga Road, Suite I, #192
  Moraga, CA 94556

Telephone:(925) 377-1412Fax:(925) 885-2336  
      

Email: Bostick@timetomediate.com
Website: www.timetomediate.com

Fees: $400 per hour  
Other Costs:  Travel expenses.
No administrative or cancellation fee. Three hour minimum generally required. Advance deposit generally required,

BAR Number:0000000

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

Mediation
Experience:


 
Since 2005, I have mediated over 150 civil cases ranging from conplex tort and contract matters involving multiple parties and multi-million dollar disputes to routine motor vehicle and premises liability matters.
Mediation
Training:


 
I have over 150 hours of mediation training, including the Rosenberg Basic and Advanced Mediation Program, the UC Berkeley Mediation Program (Ron Kelly) and the 3rd District Court of Appeal Mediation Intensive (Dana Curtis.) In addition, I have over 100 hours of coaching/mentoring with some of the most prominent mediators in Northern California and Arizona.
Arbitration
Experience:


 
Neutral
Evaluation
Background:

 
Settlement
Conference
Experience:


SubjectPersonal Injury:xEmployment:xBusiness:xReal Estate:x
Matter:Legal Malpractice:xPublic Agency: Probate: Construction:x
 Medical Malpractice:xEnvironmental: Insurance: Securities: 
 Product Liability:xLandlord-Tenant / Neighborhood: Dental Malpractice: 
 Foreign Language(s): Intellectual Property/High Technology:  
 Accoutings:  Conservatorships/Guardianships:  Wills/Trusts: 
 Other:  

Other
Education:


 
UC Berkeley, BA, 1979. Golden Gate University JD, 1983.
Mediation
Approach:


 
I tailor my approach to the specific facts of each case but generally I begin in a predominantly facilitative mode to make sure that the parties have an opportunity to tell their stories without judgment. In the middle and later stages of mediation, I often utilize a more evaluative \"reality testing\" approach as necessary. I approach mediation with patience, persistence and when appropriate, a sense of humor. I proactively work with counsel before the mediation to identify possible impediments to settlement, narrow issues and ensure that each side has the information they need to evaluate their case. If the case does not settle at the first mediation session, I will stay fully engaged by telephone follow ups as long as settlement remains a reasonable possibility.
Arbitration
Approach:


 
Neutral
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Resume available upon request.

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