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Is the Other Party Your Enemy? If so the Case Will Never Settle

If the other party genuinely is your enemy something has to change. You need to resign yourself to the expensive, time consuming roll of the dice known as litigation or the other party must cease being your enemy. If you’d like to avoid litigation, here are some things to think about when...Read More

How to Handle the Negotiator Bully

We all have our own negotiating styles. Some of us try to bully the other party into agreeing to favorable terms. If you’ve encountered the bully it’s because that suits his or her personality and that approach must have succeeded in the past or it wouldn’t be tried again. You don’t have to...Read More

Supreme Court: Elder Abuse Does Not Apply to Healthcare Provider's Failure to Refer to Specialist

Today, the Supreme Court of California in Winn v. Pioneer Medical Group,  held that "the Act does not apply unless the defendant health care provider had a substantial caretaking or custodial relationship, involving ongoing responsibility for one or more basic needs, with the elder patient.  It...Read More
112 Ways To Succeed
112 Ways To Succeed In Any Negotiation Or Mediation by Steven G. Mehta

Everybody negotiates, even if they don’t realize it. The problem is that most people don’t know how to negotiate effectively.  In my book, you will be taken through all aspects of negotiating from before the negotiation to closing the deal.

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Steven G. Mehta is listed online at Super Lawyers as one of the leading mediators and alternative dispute resolution attorneys in Southern California.  Steven has been selected as a Super Lawyer in 2005, 2006, and 2009 thru 2013.

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Steven G. Mehta | Best Lawyers in America.

Steven G. Mehta is listed as one of the Best Lawyers in America in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution.

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