James K. Sadigh is a Los Angeles Mediator and Arbitrator with over 20 years of experience in the art of creative solutions. In 1996, James had joined the volunteer panel of Mediators and Arbitrators for the Los Angeles Superior Court; and by 2001, had been selected as a paid Mediator and Arbitrator for the Court. Since then, James has established his own private mediation services, and has facilitated settlements and resolutions in nearly 1,000 cases. James’ 30 years of expertise as an attorney has given him a trusted and in-depth ability to evaluate each parties’ unique concerns, cultural values, and traditions to bring parties to a mutually agreeable solution.
James graduated with a BA in International Relations from United States International University (now Alliant International University) in 1982.
He received his law degree from the University of LaVerne in 1989.
As a law student, he worked as an investigator and paralegal for a personal injury law firm.
From 1989-1992 he was an Associate Partner at the law firm of Joseph Ryan in Century City.
In 1992 he established his own practice in Century City, specializing in personal injury, business litigation and wrongful termination, which he ran until 1998.
From 1998-2010 James was half of the partnership of Moghaddami & Sadigh in Los Angeles and Glendale. They specialized in personal injury, personal injury insurance defense, wrongful termination, labor disputes and business litigation.
In 2010 James decided that he wanted to devote more personal attention to his clients, so he formed a new private practice, specializing in personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful termination, and business litigation.
James Sadigh is licensed to practice law in every court in California, is a member of the U.S. Tax Court, and is licensed to practice in the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.
James has served as an attorney for the plaintiff as well as for the defense and has also served as a Judge Pro Tem. James Sadigh’s diverse legal experience in many communities of L.A. County lends him the ability to assist litigants in crafting creative solutions.