Glenn M. Gottlieb
Hourly Rate: $400
Glenn M. Gottlieb is a trained, professional Mediator, with a more than 35-year background in business and transactional legal practice. A member of the former LA Superior Court “Party Pay” Panel, he has successfully mediated hundreds of matters involving personal injury, premises liability, employment (wage & hour; termination; harassment), intellectual property disputes, real property and construction defect, breach of contract, fraud, commercial disputes, collections, landlord-tenant, insurance coverage, unfair competition, and co-owner and inter-generational conflicts.
Mr. Gottlieb began in private practice with the prestigious law firm, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, and subsequently served 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., a medical device manufacturer and research company, and was associated with Rifkind & Sterling, a Beverly-Hills-based, boutique securities law firm. He 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 Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, and U.S. District Court, Central District of California, Mediator Panels.
Glenn Gottlieb is a graduate of Berkeley Law (Boalt Hall), UC Berkeley (J.D., Order of the Coif, 1978).