My experience i ... more
Occasional domestic relationship disputes.
Mediating has benefits not always found elsewhere. It is private, more collaborative, you can spe ... more
Hi, this is Jim Mathie. Thanks for taking the time to consider me to assist you in resolving your dispute.
Mediation offers advantages that you can’t get in litigation. Significantly, you get to determine whether to resolve your dispute and how to do it. That won’t happen in court. Someone will win and someone will lose. Sometimes both side ... more
PREMi strives to substantially reduce the time a ... more
Over Louise's 15 years of experience, she's mediated a wide variety of cases. She specializes in mediating with programmers, software developers, engineers, and other technically and logically minded people and organizations. She mediates disputes between coworkers, supervisors/managers and their reports, teams and project groups, and the C-suit ... more
ELDER ISSUES: relating to the medical care, phy ... more
He has mediated over 500 cases relating to f ... more
Since that time he has functioned as a Mediator, Arbitrator, Special Master and Discovery Master in over 550 cases. These matters have involved personal injuries, malpractice, product liability, contracts, business disputes, constructi ... more
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A 1965 graduate of the Washington University School of Law, Frankel is also an adjunct professor at the Washington University School of Law, Frankel lectures on mediation and has served on the university’s mediatio ... more
What is Collaborative Dispute Resolution?
The collaborative process explores options, clearing the way to find resolution based upon over lapping interests. We ... more
Practicing as lawyer (Counsel); Mediator and Conciliator; Basic & Advanced Mediation Trainer; ADR Consultant and Advisor ( Mediation Counsel ) to parties in Mediation. ... more
I firmly believe that almost any dispute can be successfully mediated and that mediation should always be the first method used in attempting to resolve problems.
There are always at least two sides of every story, and that a dispute compromised in a manner that is mutuall ... more