Arbitrator and Mediator O. Meredith Wilson Partners with Arbitrator and Mediator Network, Mediation.com

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Portland-based attorney, O. Meredith Wilson announces his partnership with Mediation.com, the web’s premier site for alternative dispute resolution, where he will expand his online presence, making his experience available worldwide.

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I respect the parties’ right to self-determination, and use a combination of facilitative and evaluative styles as seems appropriate. —Met Wilson

With more than 40 years as a lawyer, arbitrator and mediator, O. Meredith “Met” Wilson joins Mediation.com, creating a partnership that will benefit the clients of the web’s leading portal for mediation and arbitration.

With a focus in business and commercial disputes, securities, franchises, real property and employment issues, Harvard-educated Wilson is well suited to handle a wide range of issue for the clients of Mediation.com. “Mr. Wilson will be a valued addition to Mediation.com,” said Tom Pronesti, the website’s Operations Manager. “Having mediated over 600 cases in business and commercial areas, Met will be a great asset to our clients at Mediation.com.”

“I view mediation as focused and concentrated settlement negotiation,” says Met. “I respect the parties’ right to self-determination, and use a combination of facilitative and evaluative styles as seems appropriate,” he added. Mr. Wilson subscribes to the Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators promulgated jointly by the AAA/ABA/ACR. Met has written and spoken on Ethics in Mediation at Oregon Law Institute, and other Continuing Legal Education programs.

Met Wilson earned his AB in Economics cum laude at Harvard University and his Law Degree magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota. He has held a Martindale-Hubbel AV rating since 1972; was named as an Oregon Super Lawyer in Dispute Resolution in 2006; and is certified as a professional mediator by the International Mediation Institute.

Mr. Wilson practices in Portland, Oregon. He is willing to travel for his clients if reasonable expenses are reimbursed, with no extra billing for travel time.

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