4.29 Dispute Resolution Center
The KAC 4.29 Dispute Resolution Center (4.29 Center) is an alternative dispute resolution service that was founded in 1997 in response to the ethnic upheaval that devastated parts of Los Angeles during the L.A. Riots of 1992. The 4.29 Center strives to provide cost-effective, efficient, and culturally appropriate means of resolving disputes. Special focus is placed on inter-ethnic, inter-cultural conflict resolution among the diverse ethnic populations of Los Angeles County, and the 4.29 Center has successfully mediated over a thousand cases in the past decade.
The 4.29 Center's core program is its mediation service. Trained and certified neutral Mediators assists disputing parties in arriving at a mutually acceptable agreement. The 4.29 Center also encourages disputing parties to communicate, negotiate, and settle disputes privately, without the burden of time-consuming and costly legal action.
Since 1998, the 4.29 Center has been funded in part by Los Angeles County's Dispute Resolution Program. Funding is also provided in part by the Wilshire Center/Koreatown Neighborhood Council.
For more information please call (213)383-4290 or email us: email@example.com
Our hours of operation: M-F 9am-12:30 PM, 1:30 PM-6 PM. Mediation sessions are scheduled at the convenience of all parties involved.*
*evening and weekend hours are available when necessary.