Michael McWilliams: Traits of a Good Mediator – Video

Michael McWilliams describes the ideal character traits of a mediator: patient, listener, understanding, flexible, and using humor – though, carefully.


Michael McWilliams

Mike McWilliams, a Past President of the American Bar Association, has successfully mediated or arbitrated hundreds of disputes involving Associations, Partnerships, Corporations, Construction, Contracts, Employment, Insurance, Real Property, Personal Injury and Securities. He has been a frequent writer, speaker and trainer of Alternative Dispute Resolution topics for a variety of… MORE >

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