Civil Arbitrator Background Information


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Name:
Hesse, Michael V
Firm Name:
Address:
Hesse Law Corp.
4515 Tyler Street
Riverside CA 92503
 Phone:
 Fax:
Email:
(951) 781-4700
(951) 785-1029
mvhapc@yahoo.com
BAR Number:
91875
ADR Experience: (Arbitration, Mediation & Settlement Conferences)

Representation of numerous plaintiffs and defendants in arbitrations, mediations, settlement conferences since 1980. Served as arbitrator for the Riverside County Superior Court in numerous cases.

Subject Matter Expertise Area(s):
  • Real Property
Languages Spoken:
(Other Than English)

Representation:

Plantiff Representation: 50%

Defendant Representation: 50%

Current Practice & Professional History (Temp Judge Exp):

Specializing in real estate law since 1980. Real estate transactions, litigation and appeals. Amicus Curiae to California Supreme Court (Kendall v. Pestana, 1985, 40 C3d 488; included in Top Ten California Real Property cases by Calif. State Bar Real Property Law Section, Calif. Real Property Journal and Los Angeles Times. Real Estate Brokers license (Calif. Dept. of Real Estate). Real Estate and Law Instructor, Calif. Community Colleges. Arbitrator, Calif. Superior Court For Riverside County. Author of dozens of articles on real estate law and practice published in real estate trade journals.

Educational Background:

Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, California State University Fullerton, 1975; Juris Doctor, Western State University College of Law, 1979; American Jurisprudence Award, Civil Procedure, 1978.

ADR Training:

Professional Licenses:

Arbitration Approach:

Prefer informal arbitration procedure with statement of case and evidence by counsel.

Briefs & Other:

Short arbitration briefs and copies of primary documentary evidence one week prior to arbitration hearing prove beneficial to a meaningful arbitration.

Fee Information:

Locations:


DISCLAIMER: This information has been provided by the arbitrator and has not been independently verified by the Superior Court of California, County of Riverside. The Court provides this list of arbitrators as a public service. The Court does not endorse, recommend, or make any warranty pertaining to the qualifications or competency of any provider on this list. Inclusion on the list is based on the representations of the arbitrator. The Court assumes no responsibility of liability for any act or omission of any arbitrator on the list.