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The Mediator

Jerome Allan Landau has served as a professional Mediator in numerous large (multi-million dollar) and smaller commercial, business and other disputed matters in a wide variety of industries, including many set forth in depth in the Areas of Practice “Business and Commercial Attorney” and “Litigator” fields.

There are ongoing professional discussions amongst attorneys as to which is more important, retaining an experienced Mediator or a Mediator experienced in the subject industry. Jerome suggests that both are valuable and requests your attention to the aforementioned “Business and Commercial Representation” for full length outline setting forth his actual “hands-on” business experience and his extensive services as legal counsel compliment his skills as a professional Mediator.

Jerome’s education, expertise and experience have been recognized through his being certified to the Mediation Neutral Panels of the American Arbitration Association, Constructions Dispute Resolution Services and US Arbitration and Mediation. He is certified to membership in the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (“NADN”) and the International Mediation Institute (“IMI”, the Hague).

His experience includes multiple years’ service as a Superior Court Judge Pro Tem, by the American Arbitration Association (“AAA’), AAA Mediator certification, and certification to the Mediator Neutral panels of CDRS, US A&M and others. He is a Member of both the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals and the International Mediation Institute (the Hague). Mr. Landau has taught numerous programs for U.S. and international ADR professionals (Mediators and Arbitrators); including programs for the AAA, six annual programs of international Advanced Commercial Mediation Institute, the international Association for Conflict Resolutions and others. He has twice been an invited Presenter at the United Nations.

Jerome’s experience and training as a professional Mediator have been bolstered through extensive programs presented by such organizations as the American Arbitration Association (“AAA’), Construction Dispute Resolution Services (“CDRS), US Arbitration and Mediation (“US A&M”), the international Association For Conflict Resolution (“ACR”), the American Bar Association (“ABA”) Alternate Dispute Resolution Section, the ABA Litigation Section, the ABA International Section, the State Bar of Arizona Alternate Dispute Resolution Section, the Civil Court of New York, and others.

Jerome has also written and presented numerous programs for professional Mediators and Arbitrators through many professional forums, including the American Arbitration Association, the Association for Conflict Resolution, , the State Bar of Arizona Alternate Dispute Resolution Section, the Arizona Dispute Resolution Association, the Maricopa County Association of Family Mediators, the United Nations (twice an invited Presenter) and others. Jerome co-Chaired and presented at the Advanced Commercial Mediation Institute’s (“ACMI”) six annual two day international mediation programs. ACMI was co-sponsored by the AAA and Harvard Law School’s HNII and the AAA gave full A.C.E. credit to any AAA Arbitrator or Mediator who attended ACMI.