Mediation Basics (January 2016) [NLE160119-MP3 / NLE160119-FSV]

Mediation Basics (January 2016) [NLE160119-MP3 / NLE160119-FSV]

 
Original Program Date: January 19, 2016
Duration: 5 hours, 16 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 0.50, Law & Legal Procedure: 4.75
 
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Resolving matters before trial is viewed as best practice.  Mediation in particular is becoming a necessary step in many legal processes.  In Washington, Chapter 7.06 of the RCW makes it mandatory to arbitrate certain civil cases and the Superior Court has mandatory arbitration rules. 

In this recorded seminar, our esteemed faculty will walk you through the world of Alternative Dispute Resolution, with a focus on Mediation.  They will cover the process of mediation, various mediation styles and models used in Washington, the considerations one must take before mediating a case, drafting settlements, and ethical considerations surrounding mediation. 

Topics include:
  • What is alternative dispute resolution?
  • What is mediation?
  • Pre-mediation considerations & early stage planning
  • The process of mediation
  • Considerations impacting mediation
  • Drafting settlements and post-mediation concerns
  • Ethical considerations of mediation
This course is designed from the lens of an attorney representing a client in a Mediation proceeding.  It is not geared towards those who want to become mediators – although that is discussed briefly in the first session

Program Co-Chairs:
Vincent Humphrey - Humphrey & Associates PLLC, Bellevue, WA
Ada K. Wong - AKW Law PLLC, Seattle.
Brittany E. Dietz - Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Spokane, WA
Erik L. Steinecker - U.S. Dept. Of Housing & Urban Development, Seattle.
Rebecca A.M. Bailey - Salt Lake City, UT
Jennifer Modak - Miller Law Office PS, Tumwater, WA
Sarah Zubair - Patterson Buchanan Fobes & Leitch, Seattle
David Tseng - Seatte
Traci McCall - Lincoln Hospital District # 3, Davenport, WA

Program Faculty:
Sasha Philip - Philip Mediation, Kenmore, WA.
Kris Bundy - Bundy Mediation and Legal Services, Seattle.
Paul McVicker - Seattle Law and Mediation, P.S., Seattle.
Ann McBroom - King Country Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution, Seattle.
Leslie Blankman - Blankman Law, Kirkland, WA

This program was a live seminar and webcast presented on January 19, 2016, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported live CLE credits, you cannot also report AV credits from watching or listening to this recording.

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Coursebook contains 152 pages.


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