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Mediation Consultant Douglas Noll

Douglas E. Noll
Peacemaker
Post Office Box 2336
Clovis CA 93613
USA
phone: 800-785-4487
fax: 877-765-1353
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PRACTICE AREAS AND EXPERTISE: Peacemaking, mediation and conflict management of difficult community, business and interpersonal conflicts.

From 1978 to 1998, trial lawyer with demonstrated success in complex, difficult, or unique cases. Experienced in both state and federal trial and appellate courts. Experienced in AAA commercial and construction arbitration and SEC/NASD arbitration. Broad range of knowledge, including construction, business, contract, finance, constitutional law, commercial law, and insurance law.

With over 22 years of experience, Mr. Noll has litigated and arbitrated diverse and complex cases before state and federal juries, judges and administrative tribunals. His practice is now devoted to resolving business and interpersonal conflicts without litigation. He has mediated over 400 difficult and complex conflicts including employment disputes (gender discrimination, racial discrimination, wrongful termination) construction defect cases, complex commercial and industrial construction disputes, CERCLA claims, partnership dissolutions, water rights disputes, shareholder disputes, intellectual property litigation, constitutional law cases, land use disputes, financial and commercial disputes, crop losses, estates and trusts litigation, and insurance disputes.

Douglas Noll is a distinguished author of numerous articles and most recently a book entitled: Elusive Peace: How Modern Diplomatic Strategies Could Better Resolve World Conflicts.
3/8/2012 · Mediation
Let's consider what makes this time slightly different than previous times of unrest. The essential facts are that most Americans are suffering through the deepest economic depression since the 1930s. We barely avoided a complete economic collapse and may still see an economic collapse if the euro fails.

11/4/2011 · Mediation
I am reading The Truth About Camp David: The Untold Story about the Collapse of the Middle East Peace Process by Clayton Swisher. This is a modern history of the events in the Clinton administration from 1999 to 2000 concerning US attempts to mediate peace between Israel and Syria and Israel and the Palestinians.

9/23/2011 · Mediation
We have all experienced levels of anger and levels of fear in mediation, and we have witnessed our clients in fear and in anger.

Douglas E. Noll, Esq
In this in-depth analysis, professional mediator Douglas E. Noll goes behind the headlines to understand why crucial negotiations fail. He argues that diplomats often enter negotiations with flawed assumptions about human behavior, sovereignty, and power. Essentially, the international community is using a model of European diplomacy dating back to the 18th century to solve the complex problems of the 21st century. Through numerous examples, the author shows that the key failure in current diplomatic efforts is the entrenched belief that nations, through their representatives, will act rationally to further their individual political, economic, and strategic interests.
Douglas E. Noll, Esq
Sex, politics and religion at the office are potent forces for attaining a sustainable competitive advantage in the post-modern workplace. Whether you are in charge of a Fortune 500 company, a nonprofit, an entrepreneurial enterprise, or just a few workers, if you are sweeping sexuality, political power, and values under the rug, you're leaving three powerful tools in the shed. Repression is not an option. In contrast, the rewards for developing a powerful, healthy workplace are profitable, reliable, and limitless. This unconventional approach, developed by authors John F. Boogaert and Douglas E. Noll, shows you how to unleash the incredible power of sex, politics and religion in your office.
Douglas E. Noll, Esq
In this book, Noll weaves many strands of academic thinking about human conflict into an integrated view of why people fight, how they fight, what they fight over—and how they can instead make peace, whether in the courtroom or beyond.