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February 7, 2006

MEDIATOR ETHICS Feb 24: Getting Paid, Being Sued, and Keeping Quiet

MEDIATOR ETHICS
Getting Paid, Being Sued, and Keeping Quiet

Friday, February 24, 2006

1:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Knight Law Center, 1515 Agate, across the street from Hayward Field on the UO campus in Eugene. Sponsored by the Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center at the UO School of Law.
 

FREE for general attendance; $30 for 3 general CLE credits.

 
Preregistration required: Online Registration form

For more information, contact Judy Sprauer or call (541) 346-3042 

Three experts discuss the dicey and delicate ethical and business issues every professional mediator has to face:

Scott Peppet Contingency Fees for Mediations: Blasphemy or Opportunity?

SCOTT PEPPET is the coauthor of Beyond Winning: Negotiating to Create Value in Deals and Disputes. His 2004 article, “Contract Formation in Imperfect Markets,” was named mediation article of the year by the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution. Peppet teaches at the University of Colorado School of Law.
 
 


Michael Moffitt The Prospect(s) of Liability for Practicing Mediators 

MICHAEL MOFFITT is the coeditor of The Handbook of Dispute Resolution. It won the 2005 book award from the National Institute for Advanced Conflict Resolution. Moffitt teaches at Oregon and is associate director of the Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center.

 
 
 
 
 

Rebecca Hiers The Evolving Mediator Privilege: Confidentiality’s Uncharted Waters

REBECCA HIERS is a scientist, attorney, and mediator in Pendleton, Oregon. She founded Sunrise Mediation in 2002. Her expertise includes mediation law, Indian law, and water law and policy.

 

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