Larry Coady by ps94506


									The Marion County Circuit Court does not endorse individual arbitrators. Arbitrators listed on the Court’s panels
meet the requirements of Uniform Trial Court Rule 13.090 and Marion County Circuit Court SLR 13.045.

                                             Arbitrator Profile

Business Name: Larry T. Coady, J.D.
Address: 3 Monroe Parkway, Suite P –
City, State, Zip: Lake Oswego OR 97035
Telephone: 503-227-7357
Fax: 503-697-9567

Fluent in:       Spanish         other: Click here to enter text.
Court panels: X Commercial/Real Property                X Personal Injury X Domestic Relations
Fee rates: X follow court fee schedule              Other: Click here to enter text.
Hearing location/arrangements: At Plaintiff’s or Defendant’s attorney’s office or a neutral
location convenient for the parties.

Affiliations, Credentials and Experience:

Judicial Experience:
    • Oregon Circuit Court Judge Pro-Tem 1988-2004; 743.5 days actual service in 23 counties
Arbitration Experience/Training:
    • Serve on panels of arbitrators for Arbitration Service of Portland, American Arbitration
        Association, National Association of Securities Dealers, Better Business Bureau, and court-
        mandated cases in 10 counties
    • Extensive experience: Appointed in >1,600 cases (>750 hearings) since 1993
    • Have arbitrated personal injury, real estate, securities, commercial, employment, business,
        contract, wage & hour, divorce, construction, and other civil disputes
    • AAA, BBB, and NASD (Basic & Chairperson) arbitration training
Mediation Experience/Training:
    • Serve on panels of mediators for US Postal Service Workplace Mediation Program, Portland
        Metro Association of Realtors, National Association of Securities Dealers, and Oregon DOJ Roster
        of Mediators & Facilitators
    • Extensive experience: >320 mediations since 1996
    • Have mediated personal injury, real estate, divorce, employment, wage & hour, discrimination,
        insurance, and business cases
    • 32 hours basic training, 16 hours advanced training for USPS, 12 hours advanced training for
        ADA, plus extensive continuing education
Bar/ADR Activities:
    • Oregon Mediation Association: Board Member & Ethics Committee Chair
    • Oregon State Bar ADR Section: Past-Chair

Third Judicial District, Salem, Oregon                                                                  FC(5/22/07)
   • Multnomah Bar ADR Committee: Past-Chair
   • Member of ABA Section of Dispute Resolution
Legal Experience/Education:
   • Practice limited to dispute resolution since 1996
   • Corporate executive and general counsel 1990-1996
   • Private general law practice, Albany and Portland, 1977-1990
   • Legal Aid attorney, Albany, 1975-1977
   • J.D., Willamette College of Law, 1975
   • B.A., Oregon State University, 1972

Personal Statement/Judicial Philosophy: Respect for the integrity and fairness of the judicial
system is of utmost importance. The Judge/Arbitrator should foster this by allowing a full
opportunity to be heard, showing respect for the parties, listening carefully, and informing the
parties why he ruled as he did. As a result, it is my practice to issue written decisions.

Third Judicial District, Salem, Oregon                                                   FC(5/22/07)

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