Cary Law Center, P.C.

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Mediation . User-Friendly Conflict Resolution . Creative Problem Solving
 

Welcome

 

About the Firm

Cary Law Center, PC was founded by Catherine Cary, Esq., LL.M. to provide creative problem-solving alternatives as well as legal services to its clients.  Mediation, Mediation-Arbitration and Fact-Finding services can be more cost effective than litigation.  Cary Law Center is dedicated to assisting its clients achieve their goals either through alternative dispute resolution or through other legal services. 

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Professional ADR Services

    • Mediator
    • Fact-Finder
    • Mediator-Arbitrator

Areas of Mediation

    • Entertainment
    • Intellectual Property
    • Franchise
    • Employment
    • Same Gender Disputes
    • Family or Divorce
    • Business Transactions
    • International
    • Contracts
    • Wills and Trusts
    • General Civil Suits

Catherine's Mediation Style

Catherine believes that all parties should be as relaxed as possible during the mediation.  In general, people do not like confrontation or adversarial proceedings.  Catherine, as an impartial neutral, will gently explain the mediation process for those not familiar with it, guide the discussions during mediation and make sure that this is not an adversarial proceeding.  The parties as a group or team can decide what is best for them before a court, judge or jury decides for them.  Catherine has faith in the mediation process and continues to attend professional training or continuing education seminars to provide the most up to date conflict resolution services.

About Catherine Cary, Esq., LL.M

Catherine is a Certified Mediator through the University of California, Berkeley’s Mediation and Conflict Resolution Program.  Catherine is a mediator, neutral and transactional attorney with Cary Law Center, PC in San Francisco, California. Catherine is currently an active member of the California, Nevada and Washington state bars and an inactive member of the Arizona bar. Catherine received her B.A. at the University of Nevada, Reno in Speech Communication with a minor in Theater. Catherine earned her J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan and went on to earn her LL.M. in international legal studies at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco, California. She is currently an SJD resident at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco, California concentrating in International Negotiation, Settlement and Alternative Dispute Resolution.  Catherine appeared as a guest on the Sun Belt Report Radio Show discussing trademarks.  She also made several appearances on the Entrepreneur Magazine Legal Show, the Law & Money Show, and Wealth Talk America Internet Radio discussing numerous topics.   Catherine is the author of "Winning with Trademarks" and "Winning with Franchises." Both of these titles can be downloaded free at this website. Catherine is also co-author with Garrett Sutton, Esq. of "Winning with the Internet" which can be found at www.surefirewealth.com and also at www.corporatedirect.com as part of the Start A Business Toolbox.


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