|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|San Francisco, Marin, and Sonoma Superior Courts||Pro Bono Services to the Court||2009|
|Owner||O'Connor and Associates ADR Services||1995 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Marin, Sonoma, SF Bar Associations,||Member and ADR Chair||1995 - Present|
|Marin County Bar Assn. - ADR Section||Chair- Committee to Draft Special Mediation Program||2009 - 2011|
|Marin County Bar Association Journal||10 Steps to Successful Mediation||2009|
|U of San Francisco SOL||N/A||law||1974|
|Century 21 of Sonoma Training Session||Introduction to Mediation for Real Estate Agents||2010|
Posted by Sarah
He has just the right amount of toughness and gentleness. His approach facilitates settlement.
Posted by Jill Barwick
I shadowed Mr. O'Connor for a mediation in Sonoma County. He was excellent in his approach toward the parties and resolution. I believe both sides and parties found the ultimate resolution appropriate, and were themselves more than satisfied with the efforts of Mr. O'Connor in obtaining the resolution. I would not hesitate to use him as a mediator.
Victor Obninsky, Litigation Attorney
Mr. O'Connor recently acted as a mediator on a rather nasty case involving a lease guaranty. My client was facing bankruptcy if the lawsuit could not be settled, but Mr. O'Connor very skillfully mediated the matter and a solution was reached. Unfortunately, my client still went bankrupt shortly after the settlement. The other side was extremely dfficult and Mr. O'Connor bridged the gap between my client, whose representative lost her temper, and the principle for the other side who bordered on being disrepectful. He is a very pleasant gentleman, as well as a fine lawyer.
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