William Hartgering: Learning Occurs Even When Parties Do Not Settle – Video

William Hartgering talks about his experience with mediating disputes that do not settle. He feels that no matter the end result, the parties are in a better situation afterward.

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William E. Hartgering

William E. Hartgering, Esq. , a full-time mediator and arbitrator since transitioning from law practice in 1981, established the Chicago JAMS/ENDISPUTE office in 1982. His experience includes the resolution of over 1,000 matters arising in 50 states and foreign countries, appointments by federal and state judges in 10 states, co-mediations… MORE >

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