A new article by Phil Glick, Esq., published on December 5, 2013, in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, gives insight into the emotional components often inherent in a complex case, and the efforts required by the mediator to successfully resolve the case in the face of such non-legal issues. “Dispute resolution is rarely purely fact driven and will almost always possess some emotional element,” states Mr. Glick. “Once the emotional elements and evaluation of the case are both completed, real discussion of the settlement possibilities can begin.” For the full article, click here.
Mr. Glick is a senior mediator and arbitrator at ADR Systems, with extensive experience in resolving business and commercial disputes, including securities, bankruptcies, corporate and contractual issues, and shareholders’ rights. He also mediates cases involving insurance and re-insurance issues.
For Mr. Glick’s full bio, click here.