How to know if mediation serves your case?
The essential preparation for mediation: Is it very different from preparation for the judicial process? How should it be done?
How to make the parties reach mediation? The obstacles encountered by lawyers and companies, and how to overcome them.
What to do when the negotiation gets stuck, but you want to get an agreement?
There are many mediators now in Spain, how to distinguish those that are good?
How has the collaboration between lawyers, companies and mediators in the United States been achieved?
He is a lawyer awarded by Du Pont and other companies for the use of mediation to solve large conflicts of billions of dollars. He also serves as a mediator in cases. In an interactive talk, with simultaneous translation, Craig will tell us stories of the battlefield, collecting his experience of more than 25 years using mediation in litigation. Offer suggestions to increase understanding and skills on the dynamics of mediation to better manage conflicts and negotiation. Participants can send questions before the event that will be answered by the speaker.
Partner Partner of the Squire Patton Boggs Law Firm, from 1983 to the present.
Senior Partner, with extensive experience in litigation, arbitration and mediation in civil and criminal liability for environmental damage, liability for defective products, commercial disputes, property rights, energy law, expropriations, professional liability and deontology. Craig is the director of the Litigation Department in Columbus, Ohio; leader of Toxic / Mass Tort Group of the international law firm, and member of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
Considered one of the best lawyers according to the Ohio Super Lawyers. Active in numerous community and professional organizations. Craig is a lecturer and regular writer on contentious law and ethical and legal issues.