Anna Niemann

The goal in every dispute is to bring it to and end as quickly as possible. Whether it is by lawsuit or trial, a decision by a hired judge or arbitrator, or a mediated agreement, everyone involved wants their disagreement to end. But some methods of resolution can be better than of others.

ADR Experience

MEDIATION AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION

  • Successfully conducted and/or participated in mediated resolution of 100+ adult family, employment, contract performance, personal injury and real estate matters.
  • Appellate Mediation Program, Mediator Training, 3rd District Court of Appeals for the State of California, May, 2008 through May, 2009
  • Mediator Certification: Institute for Conflict Management, Santa Monica, California, July 2006
  • Mediator Certification: Elder Mediation workshop with Dana Curtis, Sausalito, California, February, 2011

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS

  • Mediation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution practice with emphasis on adult family health and financial planning, real estate transactions, partnership dissolution, employment-related claims, professional malpractice and contract negotiation.
  • California Appellate Court Mediation training, 3rd District Court of Appeals in negotiation and conflict resolution techniques in post-trial civil actions.
  • Fourteen years of service as settlement conference judge pro tem in the Superior Courts of Sacramento, El Dorado and Solano County
  • California Bar Association, member no. 165326

Education

  • University of California, San Diego, Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology Lincoln Law School of Sacramento, Juris Doctor, 1992

Areas Of Practice

  • Adult Family
  • Civil (general)
  • Contracts
  • Employment
  • Estate Planning
  • Online Civil
  • Online Mediation
  • Personal Injury
  • Real Estate

Additional Services

  • Arbitrator
  • Mediator-Arbitrator
  • Online Arbitrator

Liability Insurance

  • Yes

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