- Mediation: The Power of Persuasion & the Perception of Authority
- Course Verification
- State Accreditation
This course is approved for 1.0 CLE credits in Washington. The following states have CLE reciprocity with WA: AK, AZ, AR, FL, ME, MT, NJ, and ND. If you'd like credit in another jurisdiction, let us know, and we can likely accommodate your request.
How tight timelines in mediation help resolve disputes
The Washington Uniform Mediation Act and regional differences in mediation approach
How mediators guide attorneys who are mistaken as to issues of law
Dealing with parties who are not mediating in good faith
Ethical issues that arise in mediation
Whether pre-mediation negotiation is helpful
In his role as president of Pacific ADR Consulting, LLC, a Pacific Northwest alternative dispute resolution provider, Gregg is usually mediating or arbitrating in Seattle or elsewhere in the Northwest.
Gregg has many interests, including travel, sports (especially tennis!), cars and dogs. He and his partner, Leslie Coaston, are very active with all of the above. They are looking forward to this year’s International Mediation Symposium in Salzburg, Austria where Gregg is a speaker.
Gregg has successfully mediated or arbitrated more than 4,000 civil cases. He is one of the most experienced ADR practitioners in America. Gregg and his capable panel member attorneys at Pacific ADR are committed to the highest professional standards at every engagement.