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Mediate.com Podcast Episode 29: Mediating Employment Disputes with Tim Warner

Are you curious about mediating employment disputes?  In this episode, Tim Warner–mediator, arbitrator, and attorney–talks about how he made the switch from employment litigator to employment mediator and the unique aspects of employment mediation. 

Questions answered during this episode include:

  • What is the most challenging aspect of pivoting from an employment litigator to an employment mediator?
  • What are the unique aspects of employment mediation and how does employment mediation differ from other types of mediation?
  • What style of mediation is most effective when mediating employment disputes?
  • Does online mediation work for employment disputes?

Tim’s website

About Tim Warner:

Tim is a Mediator, an Arbitrator, and an Attorney. His ADR experience includes:

• Named a Fellow of the American Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Committee.

• Serve on the American Arbitration Association panel of Mediators and Arbitrators for commercial, employment and consumer disputes.

• Serve on the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio’s Federal ADR Court Panel.

• Serve as a mediator at the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

• Serve as an Arbitrator for the United States Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

• Serve as a mediator and arbitrator for the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.

• Serve as an arbitrator and mediator for the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Client Fee Dispute Resolution Committee.

• Served as an arbitrator for a major Cleveland hospital system.

Additionally, Tim has almost thirty (30) years of experience as an employment and business/commercial litigator.

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Veronica Cravener

Veronica Cravener is a mediator and trainer for Mediate to Achieve, LLC, based in Columbus, Ohio, USA.  She has mediated more than 500 disputes across areas such as landlord-tenant, contracts, consumer-business, personal injury, neighbors, individual disputes over money, and post-employment disputes.  She is experienced at mediating by text message in… MORE >

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