Woodland Hills Attorney - Mediator
If you need to resolve a difficult legal dispute in a cost-effective manner that will save time and allow you the maximum control over the outcome, I can help you. I'm California lawyer Sean E. Judge, and I provide
creative, skilled mediation and arbitration services to help individuals and businesses resolve legal
disputes. I have twenty years of litigation experience, a sound grasp of civil law, and the ability to accurately assess the strong and weak points of each party's case and move the case towards resolution. I am “AV” rated by Martindale Hubbell, the highest rating possible by that organization.
My substantial experience and training in alternative dispute resolution allows me to offer insightful solutions appropriate to the particular case. I've served as an arbitrator since 1994, a Judge
Pro Tem since 1997, and a mediator since 2002, when I completed
formal mediator training at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution
at Pepperdine School of Law, and have now handled well over 300 mediations. I am available as a mediator and arbitrator to assist
in resolving a wide range of disputes, whether they are in active litigation or in the pre-litigation
My offices are centrally located
in Woodland Hills in the West San Fernando Valley, near Los Angeles. I am available to handle
mediations throughout California. If you're an attorney or business interested using my services
as a mediator or arbitrator, please just call for my rates and
other information. To learn more about my mediation services, please click here.
How to Contact Attorney Sean E. Judge
For more information or to make an appointment, please contact me either by:
Telephone: (818) 610-8799
I can be reached by telephone Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. You may also use this form to contact me. This form is answered Monday through Friday during
the work day. I look forward to helping you.
[* California Rule of Professional Conduct 1-400 requires me to inform you that the results obtained on other cases do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.]