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Mediator Choices: Strategic Use of Tools, Tone and Style/MWI

  • 14 Nov 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • MWI, 10 Liberty Square - 4th Floor, Boston, MA 02109

The mediation process can be challenging. Difficult circumstances, combative parties, bottomless emotions, multiple stakeholders; the list of complications could go on and on. But there are process choices and tools which can be helpful. 

Jack Wofford is a veteran in our field, having practiced as an independent neutral for nearly 25 years. He has experience in arbitration, mediation, facilitation, consensus-building and other forms of dispute resolution in a wide range of areas, including auto franchise, retail franchise, commercial, employment, environment, estates and wills, family owned and other closely held business, vacation homes, organizations, public policy and complex development, real estate, construction and transportation projects. Currently a member of MWI’s Franchise Mediation Panel as well as both mediator and arbitrator on a variety of other MWI cases, Jack was appointed by President Clinton in 1999 to a seat on the Federal Service Impasses Panel, which resolves disputes in negotiations between the Federal Government and its unionized employees. Join Jack at MWI for a discussion about some of his most interesting mediation experiences, along with the tools he has used and the choices he’s made to work through those complex cases.

MWI Roundtable events are free for all active MWI mediators. Those who are not actively mediating with the MWI Court Panel are welcome to attend up to two Roundtables per year for free. RSVP is required for all attendees and can be completed by registering online. For more information on this and other upcoming MWI Roundtables, click here.

Questions? Send to MWI mediator and Manager of Commercial & Corporate Programs Marcus Stergio via email at mstergio@mwi.org or call 617-895-4029.

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