MediationExpress is a panel of online mediators, trained to resolve your workplace disputes.

What is it?    How does it work?    Why is it needed?    Who are the panelists?

What is unique about Mediation Express?

  • Training: Experienced mediators, who have went through an additional year of training in online and workplace dispute resolution
  • Speed: Our mediators are available to resolve disputes quickly and get the workforce back to full force. Panelists are available around the world, in multiple time zones, often with evening and weekend availability.
  • Online: Equipped with multiple tools, our mediators will design the best process for resolving your dispute: video, audio, chat, document share, and assignment tasking.
  • Results: The team of mediators focuses on what deliverables will help the mediators to be most effective and quickly return to work, as well as what is best for the company.

How does MediationExpress work?

  1. Choose your mediator from our trained panelists, here.
  2. Schedule a 30-minute sessions with the needed employee/employers, and a final 60-minute group conversation.
  3. Watch for the invitation email from your mediator with the Zoom link. Join 5 minutes before the meeting to test the audio and video connection, and begin resolving the dispute.

Why is MediationExpress needed?

Particularly with Covid-19 impacts, property disputes, both residential and commercial, are increasing.

Do you have an AirBnB or VRBO dispute?  Do you need to evict or re-negotiate with a tenant? Is your landlord not properly maintaining your apartment?

A property dispute may also be between you and your neighbor. Or it might an HOA issue, university or military housing concern, or commercial tenant threatening to back out of their lease.

These type of disputes are best handled online through mediation instead of paying lots to a lawyer or going to court.

Common Property Disputes:

  • Condos and Co-ops
  • Homeowners Association (HOA)
  • Land Use Development
  • Landlord & Tenant – Commercial & Residential
  • Neighbor & Boundary Issues
  • Real Estate Closings

Property Dispute Panelists:

Step 1: Choose Your Panelist
Step 2: Choose Your Time
Step 3: Resolve Your Dispute


Todd Jarvis
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Lucia Kanter St Amour
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Lynn Johnson
Lynn Johnson
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Prathamesh Popat
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Kenneth Strongman
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Brian Gilroy
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Kevin Raum

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Brian Egan
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Jamie McMillan
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Jim Kuykendall
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