Fredrick Huebner mediates, arbitrates, and provides neutral evaluation services in securities, trust, investment, contract, franchise, employment, fair competition and intellectual property disputes. During his 26-year litigation career Huebner concentrated his practice in commercial, investment, trust, securities, and employment litigation in state and federal trial and appellate courts; in securities and commercial arbitration; and before securities regulatory authorities including the SEC. He is rated “AV” by Martindale Hubbell, and received the Washington Law and Politics “SuperLawyer” designation in 2003-2008. Mr. Huebner graduated Magna Cum Laude from Macalester College in 1978 and received his Juris Doctorate degree with Honors from the University of Washington in 1982, where he was an editor of the Washington Law Review and member of the Order of the Coif. He received his mediation training through the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation. He remains ‘Of Counsel’ to the Cable Langenbach Kinerk & Bauer law firm in Seattle. He can be reached at FDHLAW@aol.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. His website is www.fredrickdhuebner.com.
In addition to his law practice, Huebner has authored six published novels about crime and the law. His third novel, Judgment by Fire, was nominated for an Edgar Award by the Mystery Writers of America. His fouth novel, Picture Postcard, received the Washington Governor's Writers Award. His most recent novel is Shades of Justice, was published by Simon & Schuster in 2001. In addition to fiction, Huebner frequently writes on legal issues. His most recent article, Setlling Investment Cases, was published in the January, 2009 issue of the Washington State Bar News.
Licensed since 1982
I have only known Fred as a mediator. Our case was never going to settle. The only thing that we could agree to was Fred as the mediator. And we didn't settle. At the end of the day, we were miles apart. But Fred just wouldn't give up. He worked with both sides to get them re-evaluate their risks and then brokered a settlement that he crafted himself. In complex or difficult cases, a mediator like Fred is essential. He took possession of the case and was not going to let go until he exhausted the possibilities. But for his fine work, my client would now be still celebrating an unlikely win or out of business. Instead, my client is still in business, and the case is just a memory. What a superlative job.
Matthew Davis Mediation Attorney
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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Best Lawyer--Alternative Dispute Resolution||Seattle Metropolitan Magazine||2010|
|Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2008|
|Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2007|
|Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2006|
|Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2005|
|Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2004|
|Super Lawyer||Washington Law & Politics Magazine||2003|
|King County Bar Bulletin||Disunity: When Should You Refuse to Negotiate?||2011|
|King County Bar Bulletin||When Markets Crash, Who Pays the Bill?||2010|
|King County Bar Bulletin||The Case of the Defrauded Elder||2009|
|Frederick D. Huebner||Private Arbitration and Mediation In Employment Disputes: Agreements, Enforcement and Strategy||2009|
|King County Bar Bulletin||Mediating Non-Competition Cases||2008|
|Washington State Bar Association Bar News||Settling Investment Cases||2008|
|University of Washington School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1982|
|Identifying and Litigating Claims Against Stockbrokers and Investment Advisers||Identifying and Litigating Claims Against Stockbrokers and Investment Advisers||2010|
|Resolving Investment Disputes: Investor Claims And How To Settle Them||Resolving Investment Disputes: Investor Claims And How To Settle Them||2009|
|Private Arbitration And Mediation In Employment Disputes: Agreements, Enforcement and Strategy||Private Arbitration And Mediation In Employment Disputes: Agreements, Enforcement and Strategy||2009|