Bay Area Mediation Services

Rebecca Grey

Attorney/Mediator

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Areas of Expertise

Insurance coverage, ERISA, employment, landlord/tenant, real estate and personal injury

Rebecca Grey, a fourth generation San Franciscan, has been a trial lawyer for 20 years, practicing in the areas of employment law, business and individual insurance coverage, bad faith, disability, workplace benefits, and ERISA.

She began mediating cases in 2012 as a Judge Pro Tem and found a second calling. Over the years Grey helped settle cases in a variety of legal specialties including insurance coverage, bad faith, subrogation, real estate, landlord tenant, employment, personal injury and other civil disputes. She continues to act as a court-appointed ADR Judge Pro Tem for the San Francisco and Marin Superior Courts, the unlawful detainer MSC calendar, and as a mediator for Community Boards, San Francisco’s community mediation organization. She is a Discovery Department Officer for the San Francisco Superior Court. In addition to being a Bar Association of San Francisco mediator, she has recently been tapped to be an Early Neutral Evaluator/Mediator for the Northern District of California.

After graduating from Stanford Law School, Grey’s legal career started as a legal research attorney for the San Francisco Superior Court; then to a renowned employment law firm; and an associate and then partner at Pillsbury & Levinson, LPP (now Pillsbury & Coleman) for 14 years. In 2012, she started The Grey Law Firm where she continued to litigate insurance and ERISA disputes and expanded her neutral work.

In addition to her hands-on experience helping settle cases, Grey has undergone over 100 hours of formal mediation training. She completed the 40 hour Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution program in 2014, as well as multiple alternative dispute resolution trainings by the San Francisco Superior Court, the Bar Association of San Francisco and countless other mediation training providers. She completed the 40 hour training as a community mediator for Community Boards and will be completing the Northern District’s ENE/Mediation training in Fall of 2019.

Grey has served on the clinical faculty of Stanford Law School’s Trial Advocacy Program since 2007.

Hourly Rate: $395.00


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