Marc Alan Fong, Esq.
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2161 Harbor Bay Parkway
Alameda, CA 94502
510 748 6800 x107
Description of Practice
Marc regularly receives mediation assignments through private referrals, the San Francisco Bay Area Superior Courts, the United States District Court, the California Courts of Appeal, the EEOC, and the Bar Association of San Francisco.
Marc has been a member of the California Bar since 1978 and is a founding member of Fong & Fong, a Northern California based law firm. His practice areas include real property and business law where he serves as a counselor, transactional lawyer and litigator. Marc is also general counsel to a biotechnology company and is regional counsel to a national restaurant chain. He has successfully mediated cases involving: contract disputes, partnership disputes, enviromental issues, premises liability, employment matters, sexual harrassment, appellate matters, security law matters, EEOC disputes, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, family law issues, fraud cases, construction defects, homeowner association matters, business torts and personal injury.
Marc started mediating cases in 1994, after receiving training through the Lemmon Mediation Institute and the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services. Since then he has had vast experience in mediating cases involving a broad array of legal issues, including some of the most complicated, difficult, emotionally charged cases.
J.D. Lincoln University 1977; B.A. Cal-State University-East Bay 1971
|2009||Dana Curtis||Court of Appeal Advanced Mediation Training 13.5 hours|
|2008||Insitute for Conflict Management||Arbitration Certification 40 hours|
|2007||Steve Rosenberg||Advanced Mediation Training 15 hours|
|2007||Dana Curtis||Court of Appeal, 3rd District, Appellate Mediation training 29.75hours|
|2007||JAMS||Ethics in ADR 1.5 hours|
|2006||Association for Dispute Resolution||The Crossroads of Conflict 5 hours|
|2006||The Mediation Society||Expectation, Skills and Success in Mediation 4 hours|
|2005||University of California, Berkeley||School of Business, Mediation program 40 hours|
|2005||United States District Court||Voluntary Dispute Resolution Program 3 hours|
|2000||The Negotiation Strategy Institute||Negotiation 12 hours|
|1994||Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services||Mediation 12 hours|
|1994||Lemmon Mediation Institute||Mediation 40 hours|
|2006||Alameda County Bar Association||Mediating the Real Property Case 1 hour|
|2006||Alameda County Bar Association||The Insurance Money Quandry 1 hour|
|2009||Alameda County Bar Association||Self Represented Litigants 1.5 hours|
|2010||Elder mediation Group||Fundamentals of Elder mediation 19.5 hours|
Marc employs a variety of ethical approaches, depending on the nature of the dispute, the parties, their counsel, all of which are designed to promote resolution of the dispute.
$500 per hour, divided between the parties.
Marc will accept appropriate cases on a pro bono basis.
Areas of Practice
- ADA (25 mediated)
- Adult Family (25 mediated)
- Business (100 mediated)
- Civil (general) (100 mediated)
- Community (10 mediated)
- Construction (25 mediated)
- Contracts (75 mediated)
- EEOC (15 mediated)
- Employment (35 mediated)
- Environmental (10 mediated)
- Family (10 mediated)
- Land Use (7 mediated)
- Partnership (50 mediated)
- Securities (7 mediated)
- Workplace (10 mediated)
- Communication Skills Trainer
- Mediation Consultant
- Mediation Trainer
- Representational Lawyer
- Conflict Coach
- Advanced Mediation Trainer
- Mediating Lawyer