Mediator Michael Leb One of First Certified by Mediator Certification Consortium of California

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Michael H. Leb has become one of the first mediators to receive the prestigious MC3 certification attesting to his high level of experience, competence, and adherence to ethical standards.

National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals member, Michael H. Leb, has become one of only about 15 mediators to have obtained the prestigious Mediator Certification Consortium of California (MC3) certification. According to the Consortium: “MC3 Certification is provided to mediators who possess extensive mediation specific training and practical mediation experience. Mediation panels and other clients who hire MC3-Certified Mediators can have confidence that they’re working with professionals who have been trained and tested and who uphold the highest of practical, professional, and ethical standards in the field.” “I am proud to have been one of the first mediators certified by MC3,” said Mr. Leb. “As more and more people hold themselves out as dispute resolution professionals, it will become increasingly important to establish and uphold standards of professional competence and ethics.”

As a mediator and arbitrator, Michael helps resolve employment and business disputes through a combination of experience, relatability, and perseverance. Over a 35-year career, Michael has gained a unique blend of legal and business experience. He has personally litigated civil cases on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants, worked in a large law firm and as a solo practitioner, served in senior executive staff and operations roles in two Fortune 50 companies, and founded a start-up food company.

Michael currently serves on mediation and arbitration panels including: American Arbitration Association (Commercial, Labor And Employment Panel Mediator And Arbitrator); California Mediation And Conciliation Service; California Public Employment Relations Board; City Of Anaheim Police Department and APA; Los Angeles County Equity Oversight Panel; California Office of Administrative Hearings; and United States District Court (C. D. Cal.) .

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