Problems He Can Help You Solve
- Employment and workplace issues
- Contract and business disputes
- Insurance and personal injury cases
- Real estate and agency matters
- Construction defects and contracts
- Trusts and estates
- Medical malpractice cases
- Wine industry disputes
- Foreclosure disputes
- Commercial leases
Who’s the guy in the photo?
Don’t you want someone to mediate your case who knows the challenges of litigation? Since 1979, Scott Radovich of the Radovich Mediation Group has represented individuals, businesses, schools, cities, insurance companies, employees and employers through numerous jury and court trials. He has successfully argued before the California Supreme Court. He has represented clients in mediation hundreds of times. He has sat as a Judge Pro Tem for the Superior Court, San Luis Obispo County.
Mediation Experience: Since 2005, and after receiving mediation training at both the Center for Mediation in Law and the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University, Scott Radovich has been mediating disputes for people involved in medical malpractice cases, wrongful death cases, probate problems, construction defects, real estate contracts, business disputes, personal injury claims, insurance coverage disputes, harassment and discrimination in employment claims, boundary and easement disputes, and breach of contract cases.
Commitment to Community: Starting in 1979 when he first opened his law practice in San Luis Obispo, Scott Radovich’s involvement with the local community has been as broad as his legal experience. He has served on the boards of the Mozart Festival and the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival. Nationally, he has served on the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board which certifies landscape architecture programs at colleges and universities throughout the United States.
Professional Background: Scott Radovich has been President of the San Luis Obispo County Bar Association, and President of the Central Coast Trial Lawyers Association (and named Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2000). He was also a member of the Southern California Defense Counsel and Northern California Defense Counsel organizations, Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA) and the Consumer Attorneys of California. He is also a former member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).
Practical Experience: Firsthand experience counts as much as experience in the courtroom. His office was damaged beyond repair in the 2002 Railroad Square fire, but within 24 hours of the fire – and with a computer back-up system in place – clients were sent letters assuring them that their files were protected. He knows the ups and downs of business. He has worked as a solo practitioner – hanging out his own shingle right out of law school, he has managed three branch offices for a large law firm, and has been the managing partner of a law partnership. Scott Radovich has run small and large offices.