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Mediator Information
Name Terrance O'Malley
Law Firm California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board
Location Riverside, Rancho Cucamonga
Practice Areas
Mr. O'Malley is currently an Administrative Law Judge II for the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. He presides over employee and employer appeals to EDD determinations involving unemployment, disability and tax disputes.
Date of Admission to the California State Bar
1989
First Year Mediation Experience
2005
Education
  • Juris Doctor, Western State University School of Law (1988)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, University of California, Santa Barbara (1984)

ADR-Specific Education

  • "Mediating the Litigated Case," Pepperdine University School of Law, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution 
Bar Memberships
  • State of California (June 1989)
Professional Association Memberships
  • Member, State Bar of California
  • Member, Riverside County Bar Association
  • Panel member, RCBA Dispute Resolution Service, Inc.
Additional Information

Mr. O’Malley is a qualified mediator and arbitrator. He incorporates both an evaluative and facilitative approach to dispute resolution depending on the needs of the parties and the nature of the of dispute.

Mr. O'Malley's effective mediation style has developed from his mediation experience over a varied legal career. He has conducted pre-hearing ADR on tax disputes as an Administrative Law Judge. He has facilitated ADR as Hearing Officer for the Department of Industrial Relations, Office of the Director, in prevailing wage arbitrations between municipalities and other governmental entities, and major construction companies. Mr. O'Malley has also mediated Lemon Law disputes as an approved arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau in San Bernardino.

Mr. O’Malley was managing partner of O’Malley & Moore for more than ten years before beginning his service with the state of California. O’Malley & Moore represented a wide variety of plaintiffs and defendants in general civil litigation matters with an emphasis in employment law.