Presidio ADR™ mediates complex cases nationwide. Presidio ADR was founded by Tyler Meade whose litigation career has spanned three decades of diverse experience. Since his time as a prosecutor, Mr. Meade has consistently worked on both sides of the “v,” with clients ranging from regular people to high-net-worth individuals, from small and medium-sized businesses to a New York family office, one of the largest medical groups in the nation, a crypto exchange, and a publicly traded communications company.
Mr. Meade has handled all manner of contract disputes, including many cases involving technology startups. He has deep experience with RICO, securities fraud, fiduciary duty, and aiding and abetting claims. He is well versed in complex litigation, having litigated class actions and other complicated cases around the country. He has litigated large cases involving condominiums and fractional properties, and he is also able to draw on experience early in his career representing plaintiffs and defendants in employment, medical malpractice, and personal injury cases.
With a calm, even-handed approach, Mr. Meade has a demonstrated ability to steer contentious disputes toward resolution.
Presidio ADR has three unique features. The first has to do with our commitment to keeping the dialogue going, even after it seems to have failed: For those cases that do not settle at the initial mediation, Presidio ADR will conduct as many follow-up mediations as the parties request—at no additional charge.
Second, Mr. Meade is admitted to practice in California (1992) and New York (2015) and accustomed to working around the country. So he will conduct mediations throughout Colorado and the country—with no charge for travel time.
The third unique feature, for those who wish to use it, is our mediation facility located in a National Park, the Presidio of San Francisco. Built in 1862 as officer’s quarters, our building has several breakout rooms to facilitate multiparty negotiations. Most importantly, the setting sets the right tone for productive dialogue.
Please note that Mr. Meade is not a member of the Colorado Bar, but is admitted to the District of Colorado.