Our ADR Times Contributing Editor, Zach Ulrich, recently had the opportunity to sit down with expert mediator and arbitrator Scott Van Soye, to discuss Mr. Van Soye’s insights into the emotions and typical negotiation dynamics of mediation, his unique perspective into employment and disability cases, and his “learned wisdom” from experience as a lawyer and mediator. A consummate commercial attorney, mediator, and arbitrator, Mr. Van Soye practiced for over 20 years in the areas of real estate, employment, disability, and education law. Scott was a judicial staff attorney for eight years, during part of which time he was personally responsible for over 200 insurance claims cases related to the San Bernardino wildfires. Mr. Van Soye has served for six years as an appellate mediator for California’s Fourth District, Division Two. He has also mediated for both San Bernardino and Los Angeles Superior Courts, and on behalf of the EEOC. He was recently recognized for his exemplary appellate mediation work by California’s Chief Justice, Tani Cantil-Sakauye.
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