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Laura Eidal replied to Marilyn J. Endriss's discussion 'Q's re: no statutory protection for mediators' in the group Foreclosure Mediation Discussion Group
"Thank you for the reply Selden."
Nov 9, 2011
Marilyn J. Endriss commented on WSBA ADR's group 'Legislative Committee'
"Paul,  I have another appointment today at noon and won't be able to attend.  Will there be a summary posted of the meeting's minutes?  (Thanks!)"
Oct 31, 2011
Marilyn J. Endriss replied to Jeff Bean's discussion 'Revisions to the Foreclosure Fairness Act: Mediator Immunity from Liability' in the group Legislative Committee
"Jeff,   I agree with your proposed language and reasoning.   Nice job!   As you know, the language of this proposed amendment differs from the protection given housing counselors under Sec. 6 of the FFA, which reads in part:…"
Sep 28, 2011
Marilyn J. Endriss replied to Jeff Bean's discussion 'Revisions to the Foreclosure Fairness Act: Mediator Privilege' in the group Legislative Committee
"Jeff,   I've had a chance to look at your Sep 20 draft below and it looks good to me!    I'm pretty sure that the WSBA Legislative Committee will want to know why the State Legislature and bill sponsors did not apply these…"
Sep 28, 2011
Marilyn J. Endriss commented on WSBA ADR's group 'Legislative Committee'
"I'm on hold, too!"
Sep 9, 2011
Marilyn J. Endriss updated their profile
Aug 19, 2011
Marilyn J. Endriss is attending Jeff Bean's event
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ADR Section Executive Committee at WSBA Offices

August 19, 2011 from 12pm to 2pm
The regularly scheduled 'Third Friday" meeting of the Executive Committee of the WSBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Section.Please RSVP. You may appear remotely - phone or skype - let Jeff know ahead of time.This month we'll be consulting on new Executive Committee members and addressing legislative issues. Watch here or on the Executive Committee group…See More
Aug 19, 2011
Marilyn J. Endriss commented on WSBA ADR's group 'Legislative Committee'
"Thanks, Paul.  I will attend the Sep 9 meeting by phone."
Aug 19, 2011
Warren E. Olson replied to Marilyn J. Endriss's discussion 'Q's re: no statutory protection for mediators' in the group Foreclosure Mediation Discussion Group
"A bit late but some additional background.  I'm a non-attorney mediator, trainer who volunteered with two retired attorneys to draft "agreement to mediate" documents for a working group within Res Wa.  As a Board member of…"
Aug 15, 2011
Nancy Pionk replied to Marilyn J. Endriss's discussion 'Q's re: no statutory protection for mediators' in the group Foreclosure Mediation Discussion Group
"Good points Jeff and Marilyn, and I really appreciate your thoughtful analysis.  I agree that at least for one party, participation under the FFA is not voluntary and without an explicit requirement from the statute or a rule from Commerce, a…"
Aug 4, 2011
P. Selden Prentice replied to Marilyn J. Endriss's discussion 'Q's re: no statutory protection for mediators' in the group Foreclosure Mediation Discussion Group
"Thanks, Jeff. That definitely clarifies the issue for me. Thanks. "
Aug 4, 2011
Marilyn J. Endriss replied to Marilyn J. Endriss's discussion 'Q's re: no statutory protection for mediators' in the group Foreclosure Mediation Discussion Group
"Jeff,   I'm following your thinking and would ask,  "Do you think the UMA provides mediators with immunity or hold harmless protection?"       What happens if you apply your same question to the UMA,…"
Aug 3, 2011
Nancy Pionk replied to Marilyn J. Endriss's discussion 'Q's re: no statutory protection for mediators' in the group Foreclosure Mediation Discussion Group
"Jeff, Thanks for taking time to put forth your analysis.  I am a DRC Director and getting clear about RCW 7.75, immunity and liability are very important and being discussed by Resolution Washington, the association of…"
Aug 3, 2011
P. Selden Prentice replied to Marilyn J. Endriss's discussion 'Q's re: no statutory protection for mediators' in the group Foreclosure Mediation Discussion Group
"I would be surprised if this were not an important issue for all mediators participating in this program. (Sorry for the double negative.) In other words, I think all would agree that this issue needs correction by the legislature. I would urge WSBA…"
Aug 3, 2011
WSBA ADR replied to Marilyn J. Endriss's discussion 'Q's re: no statutory protection for mediators' in the group Foreclosure Mediation Discussion Group
"(Douglas Brown commented on Marilyn's message on the group page; now that she's posted this discussion I'm posting it here as a comment so his remarks can be part of this conversation.) Marilyn has asked the question that many of us…"
Aug 2, 2011
A discussion started by Marilyn J. Endriss was featured

Q's re: no statutory protection for mediators

Per Jeff's suggestion, I am re-sending my email as a "discussion" item so we can engage in a group e-conversation.  I am interested in hearing what others think about a few issues I've been pondering....  Sec. 6(5) of the FFA provides that housing counselors are not liable for civil damages for acts or omissions unless the acts or omissions constitute gross negligence or willful or wanton misconduct. As you all know, the Act does not provide mediators with similar protection  (see Sec.7).  I am…See More
Aug 2, 2011

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Owner/Mediator and Consultant
Company/Employer
Sound Conflict Solutions LLC
Services Provided
Mediator
Practice Areas
Business, Probate, Employment (Non-Union), Personal Injury
Bio
Duke University: BA 1975
Golden Gate University School of Law: JD 1981
Admitted to practice: WA 1981

Owner, Sound Conflict Solutions LLC (2005-present)
Part-time faculty, University of Washington School of Law (2007-present)
Adjunct faculty, Seattle University School of Law (2008)
Partner, Endriss & Read PLLC (2001-2005)
Administrative Judge, U S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (1999-2001)
Trial Attorney, Law Office of Marilyn J. Endriss PS (formerly Endriss & Shear PS) (1990-1999)
Associate, Law Offices of Judith A. Lonnquist PS (1987-1990)
Enforcement Division Manager/Staff Attorney, City of Seattle Human Rights Department (1984-1987)
Staff Attorney, Northwest Women's Law Center (1981-1982)
Phone
206-948-8420
Email
mendriss@SoundConflictSolutions.com
Website
http://www.SoundConflictSolutions.com

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At 4:12pm on March 7, 2011, Jeff Bean said…

Marilyn, good to see you here. Welcome to the ADR Section website!

Poke around, read the discussions in the Forum, comment on a discussion, start one of your own, join one of the groups, and make this website your own.

And your "My Page" is very much your own. For many professionals it can be as effective as having your own website, without all the trouble and expense of maintaining one yourself. Now that you replaced the blue silhouette "smurf" with a picture of yourself, you're featured you on the mainpage.

Your page can be found by the public searching among all the other Members - it is already the best ADR directory in Washington.

This resource will be as useful as people make it. If you have any ideas for things you'd like to see here, let us know - just drop a note in the Website Suggestion Box. The more people who make it more useful to them, the more useful it will be for everybody. So come on in and make yourself at home!

 
 
 

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