"Lori: Perhaps it is a county by county issue. I have cases in King County and have had less than five out of more than 100 cases with a borrower that was unrepresented.
If it is a funding issue then that is certainly something…"
"Sherman: The NPV seldom comes up in my cases. During my opening statement I always ask if there are any of the required documents still outstanding and sometimes it is the NPV as this is generated during the review process. Most…"
"Jeff: What I have heard is the clock starts ticking on the date you receive the letter. That may be different for you attorney/judge mediators, however for the DRC folks, that is what we have been told. The clock starts ticking for…"
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I completed my first mediation training in 1994. It has been a continuing journey of experience and education since that time. My passion is for work in the workplace, empl0yment area whether that be providing mediation services for two parties, coaching a team or group in conflict resolution or builiding a team, or on longer term challenges such as strategic planning.
I have conducted fact finding EEO investigations within federal agencies since 2002. Additionally I serve as an arbitrator for FINRA.
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Nancy, good to see you here. And welcome to your WSBA ADR network! Check out the Forum, comment on a discussion or post a new one yourself, join a section committee or another group, post your pic and expand your profile, and just otherwise make this on-line community work for you! Do let me know if there's anything you'd like to see in the section or on this website that would make it more valuable to you in your practice.