March 31, 2014
The world is changing in its approach to disputes. Attorneys are more often turning to alternative means to settling disputes. Mediation involves the use a variety of techniques to find a common ground in situations where there are differences in positions and perspectives.
Donald W. Gregory (Kegler Brown Hill & Ritter) is an active advocate in the ADR process and regularly serves as a mediator and arbitrator in complex construction disputes. He has experience in arbitration, mediation, dispute review boards, and will share his expertise in a one-hour CLE program on April 23. “Know When to Hold Them and When to Fold Them - How to Effectively Advocate at Mediation” will provide a mediator’s perspective on the mediation process, including real world tips on what works and doesn’t work in mediation.
Register for this program online, or call (614) 221-4112.
Donald W. Gregory
Kegler Brown Hill & Ritter