Co-Mediation of Multi-Party Maritime Cases (PDF)
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Co-mediation is a technique that can resolve two dilemmas: the search for the suitably qualified mediator and the challenge of multiple-party mediations. In this analysis, the author will consider some of the challenges of multi-party maritime cases and how co-mediation serves as a method for addressing those challenges. This article originally appeared in Benedict's Maritime Bulletin.
Robert S. Glenn, Jr. is a partner in the law firm Ellis, Painter, Ratterree & Adams, Savannah, GA.He has extensive experience handling maritime disputes including cargo cases, personal injury and property damage cases, maritime lien issues, arrests and attachments, recreational boating, marine construction cases, commercial disputes, and insurance coverage cases.
Mr. Glenn is also an experienced certified mediator who handles mediations and arbitrations both independently and for various national providers. He was certified as a Mediator by The Association of Attorney Mediators, Inc. in 1993 and has handled over 1,000 mediations and arbitrations from Puerto Rico to Maine. Mr. Glenn has been a frequent speaker at seminars and a presenter at meetings on various maritime law, construction and ADR topics.
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