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  • What is a mediator | What is an arbitrator - MWI
    Registration Form Negotiation Training Custom Negotiation Training Negotiation Services Sample Instructors Open Enrollment Workshops Resources Blogs Bankruptcy Mediation Blog Divorce Mediation Blog Mediation Training Blog Negotiation Excellence Blog Skip to content Sample Mediators Arbitrators Click on any picture or name below to read more about some of MWI s mediators and arbitrators or enter the name of the MWI Neutral you are seeking in the search box above Automotive Retail Franchise Michael Dickstein Chuck Doran Denise Madigan Bud Silverberg Kim Stamatelos Bankruptcy Finance Frank Conrad Jack Esher Eric Haber Frank Monaco Robert Wright Commercial Stephen Hicks Trisha Huizenga Howard Gorney Melinda Milberg Maureen Reilly Divorce Marital Sally Plone MaryAnne Johnson Josh Hoch Nnena Odim Alan Jacobs Workplace Employment Talin Bahadarian Chuck Doran Marvin Johnson Amy Lieberman Chris Shulman Real Estate Construction John Fieldsteel Joseph Berman Joseph Vrabel Joel Reck Jack Wofford Sample Neutral List Automotive Retail Franchise Michael Dickstein Chuck Doran Denise Madigan Bud Silverberg Kim Stamatelos Bankruptcy Finance Frank Conrad Jack Esher Eric Haber Frank Monaco Robert Wright Commercial Stephen Hicks Trisha Huizenga Howard Gorney Melinda Milberg Maureen Reilly Divorce Sally Plone MaryAnne Johnson Josh Hoch Nnena Odim Alan Jacobs Workplace Employment Talin Bahadarian Chuck Doran Marvin Johnson Amy

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  • MWI Staff | ADR Company - MWI
    to content Sample Instructors and Mentors Click on any picture or name below to read more about some of MWI s negotiation mediation instructors and mentors or enter the name of the MWI Instructor or Mentor you are seeking in the search box above Negotiation Michael Dickstein Chuck Doran Linda Netsch Monica Parker Justin Wright Mediation Chuck Doran Diane Levin Tad Mayer Arline Kardasis Moshe Cohen Mentors Vicky Bennet Robin

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  • MWI Staff | ADR Company - MWI
    Bankruptcy Mediation Blog Divorce Mediation Blog Mediation Training Blog Negotiation Excellence Blog Skip to content MWI Staff MWI s staff takes great pride in our firm s intensive focus on client service Our partnership approach to service delivery guides our process and enables us to fully understand our clients challenges and long term goals We use that understanding and relationship to develop services and training programs that dovetail with their organizational culture and exceed their expectations Chuck Doran Josh Hoch Allison McBratney Lisette Smith Marcus Stergio Chuck Doran Executive Director This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 617 895 4026 Josh Hoch Director of Mediation and Arbitration Services This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 617 895 4028 Allison McBratney Operations Manager This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 617 895 4027 Lisette Smith CEO This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 617 895 4030 Marcus Stergio Commercial and Corporate Program Coordinator This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 617

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/about-mwi-adr-services/mediators-arbitrators-negotiation-trainers-ombuds-staff/mwi-staff-adr-company.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Board of Directors - MWI
    the Human Rights Commission for the City of New Bedford Massachusetts USA and a member of the Governor s Advisory Council on Africa American Affairs for the State of Massachusetts Thomas has a Ph D in Analytical Chemistry and Materials Science from the University of North Texas and an MBA in Management of Technology from Worcester Polytechnic Institute Vice President vacant Secretary Thomas Marton Lourie Cutler PC Thomas R Marton is the Secretary of the Board an attorney at Lourie Cutler P C a panel mediator with MWI and the Boston Municipal Court Alternative Dispute Resolution Program CDSC and has also served as mediator for the Plymouth District Court and Middlesex Probate and Family Court As law clerk to the Hon Douglas P Woodlock U S District Court Tom assisted with multiple pre trial negotiations mediations and settlements and has also served as trainer and role play coach for MWI Tom has mediated a full range of case types including commercial disputes divorce landlord tenant parent child and small claims and is a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution In addition to his mediation and legal background Tom ran his own business as an independent contractor construction remodeling assisted in the start up of the Coffee Connection Inc and has spent extensive time abroad Treasurer Matthew Bruce Investment Advisor Executive Director Chuck Doran MWI Chuck Doran is an experienced mediator specializing in the resolution of commercial employment and other disputes A mediator since 1992 he has provided mediation and other ADR services to a variety of clients including AT T Bose Coca Cola Oxfam America and the United States Postal Service Chuck serves as a mediator with the CPR Dispute Resolution Panel of Distinguished Neutrals the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination MCAD and the

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  • About MWI's Public Services - MWI
    Since 1994 MWI has provided thousands of individual and corporate clients with the highest level of professional service in the areas of negotiation consulting and training mediation and arbitration services and mediation training As a 501 c 3 corporation MWI is committed to serving income eligible clients through MWI s Public Service Initiatives Below please find brief overviews and links to MWI s Public Service Initiatives including the problems to be addressed methodology and the expected outcomes MWI s Eviction Mediation Program works to prevent homelessness by providing low income tenants and landlords with services designed to help them reach efficient and durable agreements through mediation read more MWI s Court Consumer Mediation Program provides quality small claims and consumer mediation services to pro se litigants onsite at twelve Massachusetts District and Municipal Court Divisions read more MWI s Womens Negotiation Program is designed to empower women to become more effective advocates not only for their own needs but also for their children s needs while equipping them to meet other societal challenges read more MWI s Family Mediation Program provides direct mediation services to at risk children and their families never married parents and parents seeking divorce read more

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/about-mwi-adr-services/mwi-public-service-initiatives/about-mwis-public-services.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Court & Consumer Mediation Program - MWI
    court s first justice and staff MWI s objective is to provide mediation services to those present in Small Claims Court By providing small claims mediation services MWI helps to alleviate the high volume of cases presented before a judge on any given day and gives litigants an opportunity to resolve their dispute in a more neighborly way Parties who resolve their case through mediation often do not require anymore court involvement and are able to work out an agreement that is in each parties best interest MWI S APPROACH METHODOLOGY With the full support of the courts staff MWI provides much needed mediation services to help alleviate the cases that are scheduled to go before the judge MWI s Court Mediation Program is focused on providing quality small claims and consumer mediation services to pro se litigants MWI provides free small claims mediation services onsite in nine Massachusetts Court Departments EXPECTED OUTCOMES In 2007 MWI mediated 332 small claims cases and served 789 clients In 2008 MWI mediated 381 small claims cases and served 981 clients In 2009 MWI mediated 316 small claims cases and served 758 clients In FY10 MWI mediated 359 small claims cases and served 932

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/about-mwi-adr-services/mwi-public-service-initiatives/court-consumer-mediation-program.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Eviction Mediation Program - MWI
    In the end both landlords and tenants lose with an eviction Landlords who win an eviction case rarely collect back rent court fees and moving and storage costs The landlord s loss diminishes the chance that they will rent to another low income tenant The tenant also faces substantial financial losses through an eviction And these financial losses are insignificant compared to the state in which the eviction process often leaves the tenant namely homeless MWI s target population is families who have exhausted other resources and or are unaware of available services When needed our constituents are provided bi lingual mediators who are able to address their specific needs A substantial percentage of tenants MWI serves in eviction mediation cases earn incomes between 100 and 185 of the 2011 Federal Poverty Income Guidelines 22 350 and 41 348 per year on average for a household of four MWI S APPROACH METHODOLOGY MWI sends mediators to each and every eviction session of the 11 District and Municipal Courts we serve throughout the Commonwealth Each mediation team consists of two professionally trained and experienced volunteer mediators who work together to provide mediation services to parties called to the courts MWI Mediators meet early at the court to prepare for mediation and are present in the courtroom at the call of the list Once the list has been called the Judge refers cases to the team of MWI Mediators who leads the tenant and the landlord plus any other attending parties to the mediation room The mediators then explain the mediation process to the parties so as to clearly define the role of the mediators and the parties The mediators start the session with the both parties in the room and will meet with each side in confidential separate meetings as necessary

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/about-mwi-adr-services/mwi-public-service-initiatives/eviction-mediation-program.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Family Mediation Program - MWI
    overall goal of preventing behavioral setbacks for their children Parents who ignore their obligation to pay child support often because of lack of involvement in the child s life are brought to court by the State In court they are often angry that a child support order is established but a parenting or visitation plan is not MWI S APPROACH METHODOLOGY MWI s Family Mediation Program provides parents with the opportunity and self confidence to resolve and make informed decisions regarding their children Unmarried parents and parents seeking divorce will find mediation instrumental in helping them effectively co parent their children draft child support and parenting agreements and significantly decrease the risk of poverty and adverse health behavioral and lower academic outcomes for their children MWI Mediators will be present in the Suffolk Probate and Family Court Department every Thursday morning to receive referrals from the court EXPECTED OUTCOMES MWI will provide 100 parents with mediation services each year We will also conduct post mediation research to find out if parents who are called to court to establish child support payments will become more active in the their child s life and if as a result child support payments are

    Original URL path: http://www.mwi.org/about-mwi-adr-services/mwi-public-service-initiatives/family-mediation-program.html (2016-02-12)
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