Cal. Litig. 2019, Volume 32, Number 3
- An Honorarium to Stan Bachrack
- California-Federal Procedural Contrast: Conjecture About Selected Differences
- Choosing and Using Case Authority: Tips and Ethics for Litigators
- Climate Change Comes to the Ninth Circuit: Juliana v. U.S. Tests a Novel Due Process Claim with Far-Reaching Implications for Environmental Litigation
- Editor's Foreword Still Flying High
- From the Section Chair 2019 Was Great; Let's Make 2020 Better
- Is It Time for a Major Shift in Thinking About Under-Publication of Court of Appeal Opinions in California?
- Letters To the Editor
- Out with the Old, in with the New - Try an Updated Approach to Jury Selection
- Roberts Rules: the Census and Gerrymandering Cases
- Table of Contents
- The Browns of California: the Family Dynasty That Transformed a State and Shaped a Nation
- The California Supreme Court, 2018-2019: the Rise of the Brown Court?
- A Journey to a Paramount Moment in International Dispute Resolution: the Singapore Convention
A Journey to a Paramount Moment in International Dispute Resolution: The Singapore Convention
By Ana M. Sambold
Ana M. Sambold is a Southern California Mediator and Arbitrator. Her practice involves the resolution of business/commercial, insurance, employment, trusts, real property matters, and cases involving multinational parties and cross-cultural issues. Ana speaks Spanish fluently and mediates and arbitrates regularly using both English and Spanish. She is on the neutral panels of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), ADR Services, Inc., and several courts, federal and state agencies. She is the past Co-Chair of the ADR Committee of the California Lawyers Association. Sambold@ Sambold-Law.com
"Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller." – Ibn Battuta
Not every day do you get invited to attend the signing ceremony of an international treaty and witness a historic event in your professional field. So, when the government of Singapore invited me to attend the signing ceremony of the United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation (known as the Singapore Convention) on August 7, 2019, I was thrilled.