Arlen Gregorio, EsquireGregorio Haldeman Rotman
44 Montgomery Street, Suite 1150
San Francisco, CA 94104
Other URL http://www.ghrmediation.com
Types of Cases Mediated
|Landlord - Tenant||Marine/Admiralty|
|Professional Fees||Professional Malpractice|
|Public Policy||Real Estate|
|Religious / Church||Securities|
|Women's Health||Worker's Comp|
BackgroundArlen Gregorio became a full-time commercial mediator in 1985. Three years later, he founded the first firm of attorneys devoted solely to mediating business and civil trial matters nation-wide. Now known as Gregorio, Haldeman, Piazza, Rotman, Frank & Feder, its offices are in San Francisco.
In his prior law and public service careers Mr. Gregorio often acted as a mediator, an arbitrator, and in a variety of other neutral roles. He has also served as a Superior Court Judge pro tem, Special Master, Referee, Conciliator, and Mini-Trial Judge.
Mr. Gregorio conducted a general civil trial practice for twelve years as a partner in a law firm on the San Francisco Peninsula, where he served as a local bar president and was active in state bar affairs. He also served as the Assistant City Attorney for San Bruno, California, for eight years, dealing primarily with the city's construction, planning, and land-use issues.
From 1970 through 1978, Mr. Gregorio served as a California State Senator, receiving national recognition for his pioneering work in the arts, education, environment, foster care, health, local government finance and organization, political reform, and professional standards. He has also served as a member of the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors and of the governing boards of several local, regional, and state agencies.
Mr. Gregorio was awarded the China Service Medal for action in the mid-1950's as a U.S. Naval Air Officer. He also acted as counsel in several General and Special Courts-Martial.
Mr. Gregorio has lectured widely on mediation and dispute resolution. In 1986, he founded the Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center, which provides a wide variety of mediation-related services in San Mateo County. He has taught courses in construction law at College of San Mateo, business and government at College of Notre Dame, and urban studies at Stanford University.
Education/TrainingA Stanford Law graduate, he has been a member of the California Bar since 1955.
Practicing in California, Oregon, Washington