Mark E. rosenberg
My wife and I have been life-long residents of Maryland with the exception of the past 13 years in Nevada. We've returned with our 11 year old Chocolate Lab, "Bravo."
While we were in Nevada I put my many years of experience in business and healthcare to becoming a “Certified Mediator”. Since 2009 I’ve completed over two- hundred mediations, including cases for the Nevada Foreclosure Mediation Program (FMP), the Washoe County District Court system in Reno, NV and numerous private cases. Working part-time for the FMP where I Mediated over 100 cases and we had over 300 part-time mediators, I was recognized as being one of the top 10 mediators having the greatest percentage of satisfactory Mediation conclusions. The FMP was administered and run by the Supreme Court of the State of Nevada. My work at the District Court, in Reno, NV, included both personal mediations, those with issues between two or more individuals, divorce and also mercantile cases between individuals, and businesses and workplace disputes.
This new career tapped into the 50 years of “mediation type” work I did in business and the nursing home and hospice environments dealing with over 1000 employees at any given time and a like number of patients and their adult families, I was using many of the skills and techniques I now use in Professional Mediation.
The type of Mediation I Practice:
I practice an “Interest Based” Mediation which works on getting participants away from “Positions” to work together towards a settlement the participants come to, which the parties created based on their best "Interests." Mediations are safe, voluntary, private and confidential, where there is a streamlined, efficient process in a private environment that is strictly confidential.
The success of a mediation evolves from mutual respect, mutual Interests, shared decision-making and shared accountability of the parties. Open discussion of differences and disagreements often generate a creative tension and facilitates an atmosphere conducive to coming to a mutually arrived at solution.