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Q: Does Gail mediate remotely as well as in person?
A: Yes, Gail mediates your dispute via Zoom as well as in person. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom is her preferred method of mediating for safety and to prevent spread of the virus.
Q: How do I schedule a mediation with Gail?
A: Send an e-mail to Gail's Case Manager, Joselyn Alexander, at Judicate West with the contact information for all attorneys, the identities of the parties, the case name, the case number, and the desired date for the mediation - firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also telephone Joselyn at 714.852.5182.
Q: What kinds of disputes does Gail mediate?
A: Gail focuses on employment law disputes, and she can also handle contractual, housing discrimination, personal injury, and Lemon Law cases.
Q: What is Gail's current mediation fee?
A: Gail charges a daily rate of $7500, plus an administrative fee of $250 per party. Gail offers half-day mediations, as well, at a rate of $4400. Her complex case (class action, PAGA, and multi-party disputes) daily rate is $8800.
Q: Does Gail mediate class and PAGA actions?
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Gail will speak on a panel entitled "Access to Justice in the Remote Work Era" at the ABA's 15th Annual Section of Labor and Employment Law Conference in Los Angeles in November, 2021.
Gail moderated a panel entitled "Return to Work, Vaccinations and Reasonable Accommodation Requests: Litigating & Mediating These Cases in 2021" for the LACBA Labor & Employment Section in March and May, 2021.
Gail's article, "Pandemic 'time-out': Ethical Issues in Virtual Mediation," was published in the March 2021 issue of the Advocate.
Gail joined Judicate West's esteemed panel of neutrals in September, 2020. Access her bio here: https://www.judicatewest.com/adr/gail-glick
Gail spoke on a panel at the Los Angeles County Bar Association's Labor & Employment Law Symposium on March 11, 2020 on the topic of "Civility: Professional Duty, Ethical Duty, or Legal Duty?"