Ed Davis

Ed Davis

Ed Davis is a leading mediator in the field of employment, housing, and business. However, his practice includes a broad spectrum of cases. For twenty-five years, he was a director of a world-wide transportation company where his duties included mediation and arbitration, especially in relation to anti-discrimination and equal opportunity issues and the various labor contracts of the company. He began his full-time mediation practice in 1999. Today, Mr. Davis is a provider of mediation services for a variety of government as well as private agencies.

He mediates cases for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC); California State Personnel Board (SEMP); California Dept. of Insurance; California Appellate Court; Los Angeles & San Diego Superior Courts; Los Angeles & Orange County Bar Association Fee Dispute Programs; Orange County Fair Housing; and Community Service Programs. Most recently, he has returned from two extremely successful trips to the South Pacific where he held mediations in Saipan, Tinian, Guam, and Hawaii.

Mr. Davis is a graduate of Western State College of Law (JD, 1988) and a qualified mediator having trained in basic and advanced mediation techniques, as well as constantly updating his skills with advanced level training. He believes strongly in serving the community and has been instrumental in developing discussion groups and seminars to promote the field of mediation through the Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA) as well as conducting education, advocacy, and outreach regarding conflict resolution and its role in the labor-management community.

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Articles and Video:

A Morning In The Life Of A L.A. Superior Court Pro-Bono Mediator (07/27/07)
It is my honor to serve on the LASC pro-bono panel. My colleagues and I take enormous pride in our professional standards. Unfortunately, this professionalism is not always shared by the legal community.

So You Require An Attorney Mediator? (07/09/07)
Many of the mediators that I meet in my practice have never attended law school. I would not hesitate for one moment to engage them in the most complicated set of facts in a mediation environment.