Employment Law



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Ramit Mizrahi is available to mediate by Zoom and in person.

Ramit mediates cases throughout California. Her bio can be found here, and you can read more about her philosophy here.

Obtaining Dates and Booking Mediation

To inquire about Ramit’s mediation availability or fees, please email mediate@mizrahilaw.com or fill out the contact form.

To book a mediation date, send an email with the following information, copying opposing counsel:

  • Party names;
  • Names and contact information for all counsel;
  • A brief description of the case, including claims alleged;
  • Whether the case is prelitigation or in litigation and, if the latter, case venue and number;
  • Whether the mediation will be held by Zoom or in person (and desired location, if in person);
  • Requested date;
  • Requested start time (default is 10 a.m., but we can begin earlier to accommodate participants in different time zones with agreement); and
  • Information on the agreed-upon fee split.


All parties must ensure that the appropriate decision makers, including any insurance representatives or other persons whose approval is necessary for resolution, are available to attend the mediation on the scheduled date unless we have made other arrangements. For Zoom mediations, be sure to use a private, distraction-free space.

Mediation briefs are due seven days before the mediation via email. Additional information about the briefs will be provided in the mediation scheduling letter.

Ramit conducts pre-mediation calls when she believes they will be fruitful, and will reach out to the parties upon receiving their mediation briefs.

Cancellation Policy

The mediation fee will be refunded in full if the mediation is canceled at least 28 days before the scheduled date. If the mediation is canceled or delayed less than 28 days before the scheduled date, or a party fails to appear, the fee will be non-refundable unless another matter is scheduled that day, with counsel for the canceling/rescheduling/non-appearing party responsible for paying the full fee.