Jeff Schieberl, JD, MBA

Practitioner Faculty of Business Law

GSBM Instruction

Phone: (714) 642-7383

Email:  jeff.schieberl@pepperdine.edu

Jeff Schieberl Practitioner Faculty of Business Law

Jeff Schieberl has more than 20 years of energy industry senior management experience involving both domestic and international operations. He has served as president/CEO of a natural gas processing company. He has also been vice president of law and government relations of an independent oil and gas company. He has effectively managed a unionized workforce in a heavily regulated industry. Schieberl interfaced with Southern California Edison regularly in several different contexts including the negotiation of various agreements on behalf of Union Pacific Resources Company and Harbor Cogeneration Company. At the same time he was a member of the Management Committee of Harbor Cogeneration Company during its design, construction and after the plant came online.

In addition, Schieberl served as executive director of an industry association that represented the interests of Southern California large natural gas fueled cogeneration facilities. Members of that industry association included Texaco, Arco, Union Pacific Resources Company, Mission Energy and several small independent producing entities. As executive director he interfaced regularly with the California Legislature, California Public Utilities Commission and the California Energy Commission. His advocacy experience includes representing the interests of business organizations before Congress and several state legislatures.

California Governor Pete Wilson appointed Schieberl to serve on an Interstate Energy Commission. In that capacity he represented the interests of the people of the State of California in the development of national energy policy, as well as uniform industry operating rules and regulations and energy related litigation matters.

He initially joined Graziadio School faculty in 1989 as an adjunct faculty member. Schieberl is now a full-time practitioner faculty member. In keeping with the faculty requirement to be actively involved in the business community, Schieberl maintains a consulting practice in which he provides expertise to clients on a variety of issues.

Southwestern University

Juris Doctor

Pepperdine University

Master of Business Administration

University of Southern California

Bachelor of the Arts

Education

Southwestern University

Juris Doctor

Pepperdine University

Master of Business Administration

University of Southern California

Bachelor of the Arts

Area of Expertise

Asia
Business Ethics
Business Law
Commercial Law
Critical Thinking
Employee Relations
Employment Law
Environmental Ethics
Environmental Issues
Environmental Law
Europe
Government Regulations
International Business
Labor Issues
Management
Problem Solving
Simulations

Current Research or Projects

Dr. Schieberl is currently engaged in research that pertains to the use of mediation and arbitration techniques in the resolution of intra-organization dispute resolution. His research efforts are also exploring the significant role environmental law plays in the negotiation and final structure of international trade agreements.


Selected Publications and Presentations

  • "What You Need to Know About Attorneys' Fees," Graziadio Business Report, 2005 Vol.8 No.1 Co-Authored with Michael Magasin, J.D.
  • "Mediation/Arbitration Techniques for Resolving Intra-Organization Disputes," Graziadio Business Report, 2005 Vol. 8 No. 2.
  • "What You Need to Know About Attorneys' Fees," Academic Forum, Graziadio School of Business, March 8, 2005 Co-Presented with Michael Magasin, J. D.

Service

  • Served as a Member of Museum of Flying Advisory Board (Santa Monica, California)
  • Served as a Member of Board, Member of Executive Committee, Chair of Corporate Alliance Committee National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Orange County, California Chapter
  • Served as a Member of Adjunct Faculty Committee
  • Currently serving as a Member of BSM Committee

Graziadio Business Review

Retooling HR: Using Proven Business Tools to Make Better Decisions About Talent by John W. Boudreau

Training on Trial: How Workplace Learning Must Reinvent Itself to Remain Relevant by James D. Kirkpatrick, PhD and Wendy Kayser Kirkpatrick

Leading in Turbulent Times by Kevin Kelly and Gary E. Hayes

The Trouble with HR: An Insider’s Guide to Finding and Keeping the Best People by Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. and Gary M. Stern

Economic Recovery Gaining Traction

The Leadership Advantage by Robert M. Fulmer and Jared L. Bleak

One Foot Out the Door by Judith M. Bardwick

Negotiation Genius by Deepak Malhotra and Max Bazerman

Harassment Prevention Training 2008

The Employers’ Legal Obligations to Employees in the Military

Using ADR to Resolve Worker’s Compensation Claims

A New Imperative for Management: Sexual Harassment Training

Resolving Intra-Organization Conflicts

What You Need to Know about Attorneys’ Fees