Articles By Masters & Ribakoff

Can Technology Replace Physical Presence at Mediation?

New Article by Christine Masters, April 15, 2014

Is Disclosure Still Required When There is No There, There?

Published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, September 13, 2013

Placing A Value On An Employment Case – What Is It Really Worth

Presented on May 4, 2013 at the LACBA Labor & Employment Law Section Retreat in Ojai, California.

Putting a New Spin on Old Mediation Strategies

Published in the LA Daily Journal April 30 and May 1, 2012

Random Thoughts on Effective Settlement Techniques in Employment Disputes

Presented to Epstein Becker & Green and Chubb Insurance — January 17, 2007 Los Angeles, California

A Mediator’s Observations on Accommodating Disabilities & Family & Medical Leave Disputes

National Employment Lawyers Association — March 10, 2006 Seattle, Washington

How Employment Cases Are Valued In Mediation

Presented to the Employers Group — October 9, 2003 Anaheim, California

Pointing Fingers

Presented in the Daily Journal Verdicts & Settlements — November 7, 2002

Something For Everyone How to Address the Interests of the Employer, the Compliant and the Accussed in an Investigation of Sexual Harassment Allegations

This article was first presented to the California Employment Lawyers Association in 1999 and reprised and presented to the Los Angeles country Bar Labor & Employment Section in 2004.