Kenneth L. Mann
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6822 N. 72 Place
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
Description of Practice
Mediator,Arbitrator,Ct.Special Master,Consulting Atty., for complex, contentious disputes re business torts, real estate, wills & trusts, contracts, closely-held businesses, securities, employment, etc. AAA and FINRA arb. & mediation panels, incl. employment disputes. AV-rated 30+ yrs; Former CPA and "Big 4" audit sr.; Member, Arizona's Finest Lawyers; Nat'l.Academy of Distinguished Neutrals; Collaborative Professionals of Phoenix;Director & Immediate Past President of Arizona Ass'n. for Conflict Resolution
See website at www.reasonablemann.com for details on professional background as CPA, transactional attorney, trial and appellate litigator, arbitrator, mediator, court special master, former Florida certified trial court and appellate mediator, etc.
See website at www.reasonablemann.com for details of dispute resolution experience.
J.D., magna cum laude and Valedictorian, Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University; editor-in-chief, Mercer Law Review, member of intra-state moot court championship team against U. of Georgia and Emory University B.S. in Bus. Adm.(accounting major), U. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Member, Order of the Old Well (honor society)
As a mediator, I use a facilitative style and approach, with pointed questions to determine each party's true interests, concerns, objectives, and the validity and reasonableness (or not) of their assumptions, motivations, and expectations. I NEVER tell them how I believe the judge or jury is likely to rule; rather, I ask them if they need the judge or jury to conclude X (as to one or more key disputed facts or legal issues); do they understand that judges and juries are not infallible; and what do they believe is the percentage likelihood that the judge or jury will reach the conclusion they desire on each of those key factual issues and legal issues? I then apply those percentages to the amount they think is the maximum amount they are likely to recover if successful at trial; and they usually see the risk more clearly.
I currently charge $300 per hour as mediator, arbitrator, special master, and consultant to other attorneys.
- Mediation Consultant
- Online Mediator
- Online Arbitrator