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Mr. Jeffrey L. Krivis Esq.

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Local Address:  Malibu , California , United States
Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law
 
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    Southwestern University School of Law
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    San Diego State University
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Jeffrey Krivis began ...
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Jeffrey Krivis began his mediation practice in 1989, when lawyer-mediators in Southern California were rare, and litigators had to look outside the state for experienced practitioners. Now, more than 20 years later and having resolved thousands of disputes -- including class action, mass tort, employment, entertainment, business, complex insurance, product liability, and malpractice matters -- Krivis is recognized not only as a pioneer in the field, but also as one of the most respected neutrals in the state. An adjunct professor at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law since 1994, Krivis teaches negotiation and mediation skills to lawyers and judges.
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Krivis is a past president of both the International Academy of Mediators and the Southern California Mediation Association. He has served as a Council member of the section on Dispute Resolution for the ABA. The Los Angeles Daily Journal legal newspaper has named him as one of the "Top Neutrals in the State" numerous times, and he continues to be recognized since its inception on the "Super Lawyer" list published by Los Angeles magazine and Law & Politics Media. He was featured in the 2010 and 2014 editions of "Best Lawyers in America" as both the Lawyer of the Year in Southern California and Los Angeles for Alternative Dispute Resolution and Mediation. Krivis is (AV) rated from Martindale-Hubbell.
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Jeffrey Krivis, Improvisational Negotiation: A Mediator's Stories of Conflict About Love, Money, Anger - and the Strategies that Resolved them, Jossey-Bass, 2006.
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Jeffrey Krivis began his mediation practice in 1989, when lawyer-mediators in Southern California were rare, and litigators had to look outside the state for experienced practitioners. Having now resolved thousands of disputes - including mass tort, employment, entertainment, business, securities, complex insurance, catastrophic injury and class action matters, Mr. Krivis is recognized, not only as a pioneer in the field, but also as one of the most respected neutrals in the state. As an Adjunct Professor at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University, School of Law since 1994, he teaches negotiation and mediation skills to lawyers and judges. His experiences as both a working mediator and academic prompted him to write two books: "Improvisational Negotiation: A Mediator's Stories of Conflict About Love, Money and Anger - and the Strategies that Resolved Them" (Wiley/Jossey-Bass 2006), which won the book of the year award from the CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution; and "How to Make Money as a Mediator and Create Value for Everyone" (Wiley/Jossey-Bass 2007).
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Mr. Krivis has received the highest rating (AV) from Martindale-Hubbell. Also, The Los Angeles Daily Journal named him one of the "Top Neutrals" in the State and he continues to appear since its inception in 1998. He has also been selected as the "Super Lawyer" published by Los Angeles magazine and Law & Politics Media, and "Best Lawyers in America." Additionally, Mr. Krivis is a past president of both the International Academy of Mediators and the Southern California Mediation Association. He is also a published author of: "Improvisational Negotiation: A Mediator's Stories of Conflict About Love, Money and Anger - and the Strategies that Resolved Them" (Wiley/Jossey-Bass 2006), which won the book of the year award from the CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution; and "How to Make Money as a Mediator and Create Value for Everyone" (Wiley/Jossey-Bass 2007). Please visit www.firstmediation.com for an extensive list of published articles.
In his spare time, Mr. Krivis attended LA Dodgers Fantasy Camp, and is an avid Baseball fan.
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Profile - Jeffrey Krivis
Jeffrey Krivis began his mediation practice in 1989, when lawyer-mediators in Southern California were rare, and litigators had to look outside the state for experienced practitioners. Now, more than 20 years later and having resolved thousands of disputes -- including class action, mass tort, employment, entertainment, business, complex insurance and catastrophic injury matters -- Krivis is recognized not only as a pioneer in the field, but also as one of the most respected neutrals in the state.
An adjunct professor at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law since 1994, Krivis teaches negotiation and mediation skills to lawyers and judges. His experiences as a working mediator and academic prompted him to write the award winning book Improvisational Negotiation: A Mediator's Stories of Conflict About Love, Money and Anger - and the Strategies that Resolved Them (Wiley /Jossey-Bass 2006), as well as How To Make Money as a Mediator (And Create Value for Everyone): 30 Top Mediators Share Secrets to Building a Successful Practice" (Jossey-Bass 2006).
Krivis is a past president of both the International Academy of Mediators and the Southern California Mediation Association. The Los Angeles Daily Journal legal newspaper has named him numerous times as one of the "Top Neutrals in the State" and he continues to appear since its inception on the "Super Lawyer" list published by Los Angeles Magazine and Law & Politics Media. He is featured in the 2010 edition of "Best lawyers in America" as the lawyer of the Year in Southern California for Alternative Dispute Resolution. Krivis is (AV) rated from Martindale-Hubbell.
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Mason Contractors Association of America: Can We Call a Truce?
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This has always been true, but according to renowned mediator, Jeffrey Krivis, in a global economy the implications of conflict are more profound than ever before.
"In a world where relationships matter more than ever, mediation skills matter more than ever," said Krivis, author of "Improvisational Negotiation."Krivis serves corporations and individuals from all walks of life, helping them settle disputes before they end up in the courtroom.His book, which is packed with stories from his own experiences, reveals some fascinating ways he and other mediators have helped people to reach creative, mutually beneficial solutions.
What exactly is negotiation?Krivis said it's reframing a situation in order to get people to shift their positions in a way that makes a resolution possible.
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"It's amazing how well the isolation technique works," Krivis said.
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So Krivis asked the plaintiff, "What is it you really want to achieve here?"
"The plaintiff almost broke down," Krivis said.
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"You can learn a lot about how each party sees a dispute by paying attention to body language and listening closely not only to their words but also to the emotional tone behind their words," Krivis said.
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"People tend to get 'stuck' in their positions because they are telling what happened from a narrow viewpoint and in a negative and hopeless tone," Krivis said.
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Here's the bottom line, said Krivis: Don't rush the dance or the negotiation will fail."Even when you know you can wrap things up quickly, it's to everyone's advantage to keep the negotiation proceeding normally, for a reasonable amount of time, before the inevitable settlement," he advised.
10. Realize That Every Conflict Can't be SolvedWhat if you've tried and tried to help two warring factions find a fair solution and you just can't?It may sound odd coming from a mediator, but Krivis points out that some conflicts just aren't winnable."Not every negotiation is going to have a win-win outcome," he said."Not everyone can live together in harmony.There are times you just have to accept that both parties are going to leave the table equally unhappy.When you've mediated enough conflicts, you will know in your gut when that time has arrived.Isolate the participants if possible and just move on."
All this talk of well-paced dances, inner clocks and gut feelings may seem alien to "just the facts" business types, but Krivis said you'd better get comfortable with the idea that there are no hard and fast rules.Negotiation is all about going with the flow and seizing opportunities as they arise.You can familiarize yourself with the tools, but there's no substitute for jumping right in. About the AuthorJeffrey Krivis has been a successful mediator and a pioneer in the field for 16 years.He has served as the president of the International Academy of Mediators and the Southern California Mediation Association.Krivis is on the board of visitors of Pepperdine Law School and serves as an adjunct professor of law at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution.In 1993, he received the Dispute Resolution Lawyer of the Year Award.Contact him via his website, www.firstmediation.com.
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