Alessandra Sgubini

Alessandra Sgubini

Alessandra Sgubini is an Italian attorney and professional mediator. Ms. Sgubini has over 10 years experience in the field of law, international law, and dispute resolution.  She holds the J.D. degree from the University of Milan, Italy, and is currently a licensed attorney in Italy and a member of the Milan Bar Association.  In 2001 Ms. Sgubini completed advanced studies in International Business Transactions from the University of San Diego, California.  In 2003, she earned an L.L.M. degree at California Western School of Law with a specialty in International Law and Dispute Resolution.

Presently she is a professional mediator and CEO of Bridge Mediation LLC an international alternative dispute resolution consulting company specialized in mediation for domestic and international businesses.  Bridge is based in San Diego, California with offices locate in Milan, Italy.

In addition, Ms. Sgubini teaches as a guest lecturer in Universities in San Diego, California, Italy, and Spain. She also serves as a speaker in national internationally organizations and businesses. Ms. Sgubini is author of several articles on ADR and mediation.




Contact Alessandra Sgubini

Website: www.bridge-mediation.com

Articles and Video:

Managing the Cost of Conflict (05/22/15)
Conflict is a common occurrence in society. It arises everywhere, among different types of parties, in different parts of the world, and for different reasons. If conflict is not addressed properly it can escalate and degenerate leaving serious consequences in its wake. This article explores the true costs of conflict, methods to address conflict, and how to prevent conflicts from escalating in the first place.

Capitalizing On Mediation: The Power Of Promoting Awareness For Business Efficiency (02/11/08)
In today’s business market, successful and efficient businesses recognize the numerous benefits of mediation and possess the willingness to engage in cooperative negotiations with the help of an impartial third party. This article addresses the importance of promoting the awareness of mediation as an effective conflict resolution tool for businesses in all fields based on proven evidence that it saves immeasurable time and capital especially for businesses across the board.

From Alessnadra Sgubini (09/05/07)
I would like to thank Mediate.com for giving me the exposure to be known around the world with my articles, especially in the international sections, as an international mediator. Mediate.com is the most professional web site that allows people to know and study mediation and ADR.

Mediation and Culture: How different cultural backgrounds can affect the way people negotiate and resolve disputes (03/28/06)
My experience of being a professional mediator in a foreign country inspired me to contact colleagues from around the globe to bring some insight into the importance of culture in dispute resolution. The following is a compilation of my own experiences and the experiences of my colleagues.

The New Era: How Mediation Will Be Vital For Successful Italian Businesses (04/03/05)
Over the last few years, the Italian business community has joined other Europeans in searching for an effective alternative to trial and arbitration. Small, medium-sized, and large Italian companies are beginning to turn their attention to mediation as their first choice when confronted with a dispute. Indeed, it appears that the concept of mediation has set in motion a new era in business for Italians, as well as other European common law countries and civil law countries, where commercial enterprise responds to legislative reform in corporate law.

Arbitration, Mediation and Conciliation: differences and similarities from an International and Italian business perspective (08/16/04)
While mediation is a concept widely used in U.S., it has yet to truly benefit the legal community in Italy as a viable means to settle disputes. In Italy, mediation is a concept that is often mistakenly confused with conciliation; although the two methods have similar aspects, they are fundamentally different. To appreciate the differences between arbitration, mediation and conciliation, it is helpful to explain them separately. and to introduce the concept of mediation in the international business arena.

Italian businesses, mediation, could it be? The mediation bridge: An idea becoming reality (11/10/03)
When a “bridge” exists between two countries, an exchange of knowledge, attitudes, and ideas can have positive impact for both countries and can create business for both countries. My vision is to develop a concrete plan for the transfer of the concept of mediation to Italy and to build an ideal mediation “bridge” for the benefit of business communities in both San Diego (US) and Milan (Italy).