If you’ve ever been curious about the attorney perspective on what makes for an effective mediation, then this episode is for you! In this episode, Veronica chats with Margeaux Thomas, an experienced attorney, about what makes for an effective mediation within the context of mediating a business divorce. Questions answered include:
Margeaux is an experienced lawyer and speaker with 15+ years of experience representing individuals and small businesses in commercial and real estate litigation, including class action cases and numerous trials on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants. She specializes in commercial landlord/tenant disputes, business partnership disputes, and contract disputes, and has traveled throughout the country as a faculty lecturer educating over 4,000 attorneys on business litigation issues.
Margeaux is also a contributor to the American Bar Association’s Commercial Lending Treatise and has been recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star from 2013 – 2022 and a Top Lawyer by Northern Virginia Magazine in 2022.
In addition to managing her own law firm, The Thomas Law Office PLC, Margeaux is actively involved in various bar associations and non-profit organizations, including the Old Dominion Bar Association and the George Mason Inn of Court. In her spare time, Margeaux enjoys spending time with her family and cooking healthy meals as the founder of Vegetable Forward, an organization dedicated to promoting positive food values and nutrition through community gardening.
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