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Glenn M. Gottlieb
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What is your area of practice?
Business, General Civil, Divorce & Family Mediation
What is your address and phone number?
7482 Denrock Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90045-1022; tel: 310-645-8824

Glenn M. Gottlieb's Blog

Mediation in Jewish Midrash - The Mediator as Peacemaker

A friend of mine just called to my attention a wonderful “midrash” – that is, a form of rabbinical storytelling that explores ethics and values in biblical texts — concerning mediation:

“… Alexander of Macedon paid a visit to a king at the end of the world, who showed him much silver and gold. Alexander said, ‘I have not come to see your silver and gold — it is your legal customs I have come to…

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Posted on March 13, 2011 at 8:00pm

Use of Triage in Mediation

Notes from the Front Line



USE OF TRIAGE IN MEDIATION

By Glenn M. Gottlieb, Esq. - Mediator-Attorney; Principal, Gottlieb Mediation



I have recently conducted several complex mediation sessions involving multiple parties and multiple issues, where I found the use of a form of “triage” highly useful. Triage is more often associated with medical practice in disaster or battlefield… Continue

Posted on July 28, 2010 at 12:36pm

USE OF WEB TECHNOLOGY FOR LONG DISTANCE MEDIATION

I have been engaged in a long distance divorce mediation recently - the wife is currently residing in another country with the children, and the husband is here in the U.S. The challenges, of course, have been to bring the parties together for the mediation sessions, along with being able to share information on a real-time basis to facilitate the negotiations.



Dealing with Time Zone Differences



In terms of bringing the parties together at all, the time change has been enough… Continue

Posted on May 19, 2010 at 9:48pm — 1 Comment

"Waiting for No" and Other Ineffective Bargaining Strategies

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“Waiting for No” and Other Ineffective Bargaining Strategies

by: Glenn M. Gottlieb, Esq., Attorney-Mediator



One of the most valuable roles an effective mediator can play is that of “educator.” Parties caught up in a dispute – hardened in their adversarial positions – naturally tend to retreat to “safe” ideas and “tried and true” strategies. Unfortunately, to paraphrase Will Rogers, “It isn’t what we don’t know that gives us trouble;… Continue

Posted on June 29, 2009 at 11:14am

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At 2:26pm on October 14, 2009, Glenn M. Gottlieb said…
Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner, Kym. I now see the meeting has been scheduled for Wed., November 11. Unfortunately, I have a Bet Tzedek Board meeting that night, so it is unlikely I will be able to attend. I know this Ning thing seems pretty cool - but please do feel free to send me e-mails directly at: glenn@glenngottlieb.com. Thanks! Glenn
At 10:20pm on October 10, 2009, Kym Adams Director of CEDRS said…
Glenn,
What day is better for you in November to have our Round Table Meeting:
1. Wed Nov 10
2. Thur Nov 11
Originally we had scheduled for Nov 3rd
However, Bob informed me some members indicated that they would not be available that evening. Therefore, we briefly spoke about rescheduling the meeting to the following week. I just need confirmation from you, Deb, Bob and Charles which day? I am flexible.
Please let me know thx
Kym
At 8:15am on September 30, 2009, Kym Adams Director of CEDRS said…
Nice to see that you made in the Huddle Workplace. Was it simple to get in for you?
 
 
 

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