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William Hartgering: Goods and Bads of Institutionalization – Video

William Hartgering discusses how the institutionalization of mediation within the courts has been good for the overall field, but believes that more care can be taken when judges decree mediation for parties.

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William E. Hartgering

William E. Hartgering, Esq. , a full-time mediator and arbitrator since transitioning from law practice in 1981, established the Chicago JAMS/ENDISPUTE office in 1982. His experience includes the resolution of over 1,000 matters arising in 50 states and foreign countries, appointments by federal and state judges in 10 states, co-mediations… MORE >

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