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Stephen S. Strick

Stephen S. Strick

Arbitration and Mediation Services

New York, NY, USA


Stephen Strick is a New York and Los Angeles based arbitrator and mediator who has served on numerous international and domestic ADR matters since 1982, when he was appointed to the American Arbitration Association's Commercial Panel of Neutral Arbitrators.  He currently sits of the neutrals rosters of the ICDR's International Panel of Arbitrators and Mediators, AAA's Commercial, Large Complex Case, the AAA/Federal Communications Commission and Mediation Panels, the CPR's Panel of Distinguished Neutrals, the Independent Film and Television Alliance's International Panel of Neutral Arbitrators and the New York Branch of the UK's Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.  

Prior to starting his ADR practice, Stephen worked as a film and television lawyer and held studio executive positions at United Artists, HBO, and Dino DeLaurentiis Corporation and DEG.  He practiced law at the predecessor to the law firm Loeb & Loeb.

Stephen was educated at Stanford University, The University of California’s Hastings College of the Law and Pacifica Graduate Institute.

Stephen is a Fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators and has served as Co-Chair of the CCA Outreach/Diversity Committee, and on the College's Branding and Image and International committees. Stephen is a Member of the College's Board of Directors and has served on its Executive Committee.

Stephen has served as an active member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Executive Branch since 1986.  He is also a longtime member of the Bar Association of the City of New York, the American Bar Association (ADR Section), and the U.S. Council for International Business, as well as other bar organizations.

Stephen has volunteered his time, services and donated resources to numerous charities and organizations including the International League of Human Rights, the American Film Institute, Counseling West and others.
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