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Glenn Gottlieb Esq. A.B., J.D.

Los Angeles, CA 90045
United States
(310) 645-8824

I can provide a neutral location for mediation
Area served: All of Los Angeles, Westside, Downtown, Valley, North Orange County

This mediator has listed themselves on the registry, but have not provided to us any verification of their credentials.
Associations - Business - Commercial - Construction - Consumer - Contract - Division of Monies and Property - Elder/Inter-Generational - Employment/Workplace - Entertainment - Family - Homeowners - Landlord/Tenant - Personal Injury - Real Estate

Member of: SCMA - LASC Panel (Former)

Glenn M. Gottlieb is a trained, professional Mediator, with a more than 30-year background in business and transactional legal practice. Mr. Gottlieb has successfully mediated hundreds of business and general civil matters. Mr. Gottlieb has also successfully mediated a full-range of settlement issues for couples in divorce, as well as resolving high-conflict disputes for intact families in conflict, particularly involving family-owned and closely-held businesses.

Mr. Gottlieb has both been in private practice with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, one of the nation’s largest and most prestigious law firms, and in-house, as the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Wyle Laboratories, a diversified, New York Stock Exchange-listed company. He also acted as General Counsel of MiniMed, Inc., an emerging medical device manufacturer and research company, and was associated with Rifkind & Sterling, a Beverly-Hills-based, boutique securities law firm. Mr. Gottlieb has represented a broad variety of individuals and small-, medium- and large-sized business organizations, providing ongoing business guidance, as well as transactional legal services.

Mr. Gottlieb’s broad base of experience enables him to bring a practical, real-world orientation to mediating disputes that was honed during his legal career. Having served in a senior executive position with a major, U.S. corporation, in addition to his role as legal counsel to countless private clients, gives him a unique perspective and ability to utilize his creative, problem-solving skills and results-oriented approach to the successful resolution of conflicts.

Mr. Gottlieb served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Southern California Mediation Association, and is a member of the Los Angeles Superior Court and Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Mediator Panels, and a Settlement Officer for the U.S. District Court, Central District of California.

Glenn Gottlieb is a graduate of Berkeley Law (Boalt Hall), University of California, Berkeley (J.D., Order of the Coif, 1978), having served as Note and Comment Editor on the California Law Review and Law Clerk for Professor Paul Mishkin. He subsequently clerked for United States District Court Judge Fred J. Cassibry in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mr. Gottlieb graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of California, Santa Barbara (A.B., 1975) and did post-graduate studies at UCLA’s prestigious Anderson Graduate School of Business Management (Certificate in Business Management, 1988).

Mr. Gottlieb is a native of Southern California and has been involved with many community-based organizations, including serving as a member of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of The Jewish Federation of Los Angeles, Vice President and a member of the Board of Directors of Bet Tzedek Legal Services and member of the Board of the Los Angeles Urban League. Mr. Gottlieb is a Vice President and member of the Board of Trustees of Leo Baeck Temple, Los Angeles, California, and served on the Advisory Board of the School of Communal Service of the Los Angeles Campus of the Hebrew Union College/Jewish Institute of Religion. Mr. Gottlieb is proud to be an active “Big Brother” with the Jewish Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Los Angeles.

Mr. Gottlieb was the 2007 recipient of the Ameinu organization’s Tzedek (“Justice”) Award for his history of service to the Los Angeles Jewish community.

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