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  • Divorce & Family Panel Application - MWI
    a telephone or in person interview and will be at MWI s sole discretion Persons who are selected to join MWI s Divorce Family Panel of Mediators Arbitrators will be notified by email Questions about this application or the requirements should be sent by e mail to Josh Hoch Director of Mediation Arbitration at jhoch mwi org Thank you First Name Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input Address Invalid Input City Invalid Input State Invalid Input Zip Code Invalid Input Phone Invalid Input Fax Invalid Input Email Invalid Input What is the average number of cases you have mediated per month for the last five years How much of your caseload was in a volunteer capacity and how much was based upon fee for services or salary Invalid Input What is the specific number of divorce cases that you have completed in the last five years Invalid Input Please identify when you completed your initial mediation training the name of the training provider and the total number of training hours completed Please include information about any advanced mediation trainings you have completed as well Invalid Input Have you had any formal complaints filed against you in your role as a mediator or provider of ADR services If so please describe the nature of each complaint and the outcome Invalid Input If space cannot be provided by MWI s client for which you are mediating do you have facilities to conduct face to face mediations with multiple parties Can these facilities accommodate persons with special needs Invalid Input Please provide the names and contact information of two professional references who are familiar with your work as a mediator Invalid Input Certain MWI clients have asked our mediators to use a facilitative interest based approach when mediating which means that MWI Mediators

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/divorce-panel-application.html (2016-02-12)
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  • MWI Franchise Panel Application Form - MWI
    minimum There is no application fee or annual fee to be a member of MWI s ADR panels Acceptance as an independent contractor is not guaranteed solely by meeting the qualifications delineated in this application Final acceptance may also entail a telephone or in person interview and will be at MWI s sole discretion Persons who are selected to join MWI s Panel of Mediators Arbitrators will be notified by email Questions about this application or the requirements should be sent by e mail to Marcus Stergio Manager of Corporate Commercial Programs at mstergio mwi org Thank you First Name Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input Address Invalid Input City Invalid Input State Invalid Input Zip Code Invalid Input Phone Invalid Input Fax Invalid Input Email Invalid Input What is the average number of cases you have mediated per month for the last five years How much of your caseload was in a volunteer capacity and how much was based upon fee for services or salary Invalid Input What is the specific number of franchise contract and commercial mediations that you have completed in the last five years Invalid Input Please identify when you completed your initial mediation training the name of the training provider and the total number of training hours completed Please include information about any advanced mediation trainings you have completed as well Invalid Input Have you had any formal complaints filed against you in your role as a mediator or provider of ADR services If so please describe the nature of each complaint and the outcome Invalid Input If space cannot be provided by MWI s client for which you are mediating do you have facilities to conduct face to face mediations with multiple parties Can these facilities accommodate persons with special needs Invalid Input Please

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/mwi-franchise-panel-application-form.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Workplace & Employment Panel Application - MWI
    or full day 8 hours minimum There is no application fee or annual fee to be a member of MWI s mediation panels Acceptance as an independent contractor is not guaranteed solely by meeting the qualifications delineated in this application Final acceptance may also entail a telephone or in person interview and will be at MWI s sole discretion Persons who are selected to join MWI s Workplace Employment Panel of Mediators Arbitrators will be notified by email Questions about this application or the requirements should be sent by e mail to Chuck Doran Executive Director at cdoran mwi org Thank you First Name Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input Address Invalid Input City Invalid Input State Invalid Input Zip Code Invalid Input Phone Invalid Input Fax Invalid Input Email Invalid Input What is the average number of cases you have mediated per month for the last five years How much of your caseload was in a volunteer capacity and how much was based upon fee for services or salary Invalid Input What is the specific number of workplace employment cases that you have completed in the last five years Invalid Input Please identify when you completed your initial mediation training the name of the training provider and the total number of training hours completed Please include information about any advanced mediation trainings you have completed as well Invalid Input Have you had any formal complaints filed against you in your role as a mediator or provider of ADR services If so please describe the nature of each complaint and the outcome Invalid Input If space cannot be provided by MWI s client for which you are mediating do you have facilities to conduct face to face mediations with multiple parties Can these facilities accommodate persons with special needs Invalid

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/workplace-a-employment-panel-application.html (2016-02-12)
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  • MWI Internship Program - MWI
    understanding of the ADR Alternative Dispute Resolution field Although MWI internships are unpaid interns are provided with opportunities to participate in MWI trainings network with ADR professionals and where appropriate mediate cases Who You Are You are confident outgoing and have a desire to invest your skills and energy into a dynamic dispute resolution firm You have strong interpersonal skills tenacity and have the ability to get the job done You are able to balance and prioritize multiple tasks and are committed to spending 15 40 hours per week for a minimum of three months MWI Internship General Requirements We are seeking interns with the following skill set Proficient in Microsoft Word Excel and other Microsoft Office applications Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to follow through with short and long term projects in a timely manner Organized and detail oriented Able to work independently and or as part of a team Roles and Responsibilities MWI customizes internships according to the skills and interests of prospective interns and depending on the current needs of the organization Potential responsibilities are listed below Enter cases into a database file paperwork Assist with promoting ADR and MWI via various social media and blogging platforms Photocopy and assemble training manuals and packets Assist with grant research and writing Conduct follow up phone call surveys with clients Analyze data and compile reports on mediations conducted and workshop evaluations Assist with design and production of marketing materials Assist with drafting posts for MWI s Divorce Mediation Negotiation Training and Mediation Blogs Observe client consultations and mediations Assist with SEO and developing new Calls To Action Update and create PowerPoint slides presentations to be used in MWI s Customized Negotiation Skills Workshops Conduct market research on prospects Assist with the maintenance of an online mediation scheduling system

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/mwi-internship-program.html (2016-02-12)
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  • MWI Mediation Training Schedule - MWI
    Held on weekends and weeknights in Boston to prepare professionals to become effective mediators MWI provides opportunities to mediate following successful completion of the program click here for additional program dates Negotiation Facilitation Skills Workshops Negotiation Skills Workshop Foundational April 7 8 2016 Concentrates on the theory and practice of joint problem solving and negotiation Designed to build your capacity to negotiate collaboratively producing better outcomes for all parties while enhancing long term working relationships Running Effective Meetings Facilitation Skills Training December 2 2016 MWI s Running Effective Meetings Facilitation Skills Training is designed to help you plan for and manage meaningful meetings with team members clients and management click here for additional program dates Advanced Mediation Training Programs MWI Roundtable February 23 2016 Provides practitioners with an opportunity to strengthen their ADR skills and build their practice by learning from top notch presenters and interacting with colleagues New Mediator Orientation March 30 2016 For mediators who have completed MWI s Basic Mediation Training Provides an introduction to MWI s court procedures forms and panel requirements Refresher Program February 11 2016 Designed to refresh recharge and reengage mediators to effectively facilitate the mediation process Divorce Mediation Training April 8 10 2016 Designed to provide experienced mediators with the knowledge and skills to become effective divorce mediators Opportunities to observe and mediate with MWI upon successful completion of the training program and MWI s post training skill assessment Housing and Eviction June 9 2015 An advanced mediation training designed for mediators interested in helping tenants and landlords resolve housing disputes In court mediation opportunities following successful completion of the program click here for additional program dates Click here to register for a program via MWI s secure online registration form For more information about MWI s Basic and Advanced Mediation Training

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/mwi-mediation-training-conflict-resolution-skills/open-enrollment-mediation-training-and-negotiation-training-schedule.html?id=97 (2016-02-12)
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  • MWI | Auto & Retail Franchise Mediation | Negotiation Training - MWI
    are provided rosters with bios for Dealer Neutrals and Manufacturer Neutrals to rank order based on preference This process determines the two peer panel members By utilizing the combination of an experienced process expert from MWI and two industry specialists MWI works with both parties to reach a mutually beneficial settlement or award depending on the process TYPES OF DISPUTES Add Point Encroachment Sale for Resale Advertising Franchise terminations Sale for Export Breach of Contract Incentive Bonus Programs Warranty Dealer Manufacturer Conflicts Results of Franchisor Audits SAMPLE ENGAGEMENTS A third generation dealer with multiple franchises for a large auto manufacturer received the audit results from the manufacturer s incentive audit department Based on missing and questionable documentation the dealer faced a debit of 40 000 from his open account The manufacturer has a dispute resolution process that allows dealers to request mediation within a prescribed number of days from the close of the audit The dealer filed in time and the debit was postponed pending the results of the mediation In the mediation the focus was on reconciling the audit issues within the context of a business discussion Because the dealer was a third generation franchisee representing multiple brands for the manufacturer both sides were highly motivated to work to mutually agreeable terms The parties reached an agreement that reconciled various items of the audit and enabled the dealer to pay off the remaining debit in monthly installments over two years In addition the manufacturer agreed to work with its field organization to address other issues that arose during the mediation including that the dealer felt ignored and both parties would benefit from an investment in their working relationship Based on the results of an audit by the manufacturer the number of qualifying sales for a previous quarter were determined

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/mediation-arbitration-services/auto-retail-mediation-arbitration-services.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Bankruptcy Mediation | Bankruptcy Services - MWI
    combines expertise in dispute resolution with in depth knowledge of both bankruptcy and finance matters Each panelist brings at least 25 years of experience as attorneys judges advisors and or mediators MWI BANKRUPTCY FINANCE MEDIATORS click on a name or picture for more information Leif Clark Frank Conrad Jack Esher Howard Gorney Eric Haber Frank Monaco Judy Thompson Robert Wright A sample list of debtors involved in MWI mediations includes Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc Enron Creditors Recovery Corp JP Morgan Chase Bank Nortel Networks Inc The Ski Market Ltd Inc Linens Holding Co DG Liquidation Corp BearingPoint Inc Liquidating Trust CFP Liquidating Estate Dura Automotive Systems Inc TYPES OF DISPUTES MWI bankruptcy mediators are available for a variety of adversary proceedings or contested matters including Claim Objections Objections to Exemptions Collection Turnover Actions Plan Issues Consumer Protection Actions Preference Cases Derivatives Validity of Lien Proceedings Fiduciary Duties Financing Restructuring Complex Financial Transactions Lien Avoidance Complex Tax Issues Broker Misconduct Breach of Contract Dischargeability Matters Insurance Fraudulent Transfer Sale of Assets Mortgage Modification Churning of Accounts Motions for Relief Unauthorized Investments Click here for an overview of sample engagements Follow MWIBankruptcy Contact Marcus Stergio Manager of Commercial and Corporate Programs Call

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/mediation-arbitration-services/bankruptcy-mediation-bankruptcy-services.html (2016-02-12)
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  • MWI | Commercial Mediation | Negotiation Training - MWI
    and commercial issues such as quality and timeliness of product delivery contract and fee disputes misuse of intellectual property and other commercial matters TYPES OF DISPUTES MWI s Commercial Mediation and Arbitration Panel neutrals have specific experience in the following areas Business Partnership Issues Dealer Distributor Disputes Spin Off Conflicts Business To Business Intellectual Property Disputes Terminations Contractual Disputes Small Business Issues Vendor Contractor Issues SAMPLE ENGAGEMENT A software developer was subcontracted to develop a custom database program and was paid half of the agreed upon fee The contractor terminated the contract alleging that the subcontractor did not meet the specified timeline The subcontractor claimed that he had delivered 90 of the project and therefore was entitled to additional payment During the course of the mediation the parties agreed to move to arbitration with MWI For the sake of neutrality MWI provided a roster of arbitrators that did not include the mediator The parties agreed on an arbitrator and to streamlined arbitration rules that significantly limited discovery and number of witnesses Each party was able to explain their case to the arbitrator who made a determination based on the facts provided A condominium consisting of an old apartment building was the premises in question The windows were defective the entire building needed all new windows The condo association decided to install aluminium windows One of the unit owners who had spent considerable amounts of money renovating his apartment to the original condition in an authentic way decided he would put in wooden replacement windows instead of the aluminium windows which he felt would cause aesthetic violence He paid for and installed these windows and the condo association brought action against him to conform his windows to be the same as the rest of the windows In court a battle of

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/mediation-arbitration-services/commercial-mediation-arbitration-services.html (2016-02-12)
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