With over twenty-five years of experience negotiating and closing complex real estate transactions between and among the public and private sectors, Randy Stein brings to his mediation practice a superior record of accomplishment in creating mutually beneficial solutions, with particular expertise in sensitive environments. He has worked with local government agencies in five states and has called upon his multilingual expertise to facilitate foreign development interests. He has an incisive ability to anticipate and assess the goals and concerns of construction, commerce and real estate development related conflict.
In 1996, he successfully mediated a quadripartite agreement in a highly charged political environment with the City and County of Denver, Federal Mediators, a multi-national real estate company and local neighborhood associations, receiving Denver Metropolitan Commercial Association of Realtors “Transaction of the Year” Award. Randy has extensive experience in litigation management relating to various contract, employment, landlord/tenant and HOA disputes, lender liability, asbestos abatement and standards of practice, allowing him to facilitate the resolution of complex disputes from a knowledgeable and logical business-oriented perspective.
His no-nonsense approach to the mediation field has proven to be a particularly efficient and cost effective means of resolving monetary disputes, when time is of the essence and the ability to quickly identify the key issues is paramount. Since 2009, Randy has mediated over 1,000 cases consisting of a broad spectrum of matters relating to transactional, construction, domestic relations, homeowners association, insurance subrogation, landlord/tenant and other real estate disputes. As the result of an active pro bono caseload, Randy was honored by Jefferson County Mediation Services as the 2009 New Volunteer Mediator of the Year, 2010 Most Pro Bono Hours Dedicated and Most Total Cases Mediated, 2011 Small Claims and County Court Mediator of the Year and 2012 Permanent Protection Order Mediator of the Year. Having also completed extensive domestic violence training, he has mediated in temporary and permanent protection order hearings, along with other actions in District and County Courts throughout Colorado.
Randy enjoys fly fishing in his spare time, and is a senior lacrosse official, mediating exuberant parents, coaches and players alike.
Standards of Practice
Skeena Solutions subscribes to the Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators as adopted by the Association for Conflict Resolution in 2005, and the qualifications and experience of each mediator far exceeds the Recommended Guidelines for Mediator Education and Training set forth by the Colorado Council of Mediators and the Colorado Bar Association.