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Name: Beverly E. Narayan
Address: Law Offices of Beverly E. Narayan
  525 Market Street, Suite 2850
  San Francisco, CA 94105

Telephone:(415) 227-2300Fax:(415) 227-2360Cell:(650) 245-8789
      

Email: Beverly.Narayan@zurichna.com

Fees: $300 per hour  
Other Costs:  Fees: $300 per hour (3 hour minimum)
Extraordinary travel and accompanying expenses

BAR Number:0131088

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

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Arbitrator for the National Association of Securities Dealers Regulation, Inc. Pacific Stock Exchange, M. A. P. (San Mateo County). I have chaired numerous arbitrations since 1988, involving all aspects of the law. These arbitrators are binding and have included disputes between Firm-to-Firm (raiding, unfair competition), broker-customer (fraud, suitability, breach of fiduciary duty, etc.) wrongful termination, sexual harassment and sex, race and age discrimination. Claimed damages have ranged from less than $10,000 to over $1 Billion. I have chaired many private arbitration hearings as well involving personal injury, contract, insurance, and real estate.
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Judge Pro Tem, San Mateo Superior Court; Arbitration Chairperson in binding arbitrations

SubjectPersonal Injury:xEmployment:xBusiness:xReal Estate:x
Matter:Legal Malpractice:xPublic Agency:xProbate: Construction:x
 Medical Malpractice: Environmental:xInsurance:xSecurities:x
 Product Liability: Landlord-Tenant / Neighborhood: Dental Malpractice: 
 Foreign Language(s): Intellectual Property/High Technology:  
 Accoutings:  Conservatorships/Guardianships:  Wills/Trusts: 
 Other: Toxit Tort, Securites Broker Malpractice

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BA, Political Science, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California, 1983;
Juris Doctor, U.C. Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, CA 1987
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The arbitration may be held formally or informally, depending on the case complexity and the parties' representatives (attorney, pro per). However, no matter the representation, I want to hear from the parties themselves. I believe it is very important for each party to feel that each has been heard and listened to.
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In any dispute, I believe it is very important for all parties to have a full and fair opportunity to be heard. However, the point of the various dispute resolution practices is to resolve the dispute quickly and without the high cost of litigation. This requires a balancing of the need to tell and the need to manage the arbitration fairly, smoothly and without incident.
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