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Forrest “Woody” Mosten accepted into Who’s Who in ADR

Irvine, California – Forrest “Woody” Mosten, mediation pioneer and accomplished family collaborative lawyer of Mosten Mediation, bestselling author of numerous books, educator, and sought-after trainer of the Mosten Guthrie Academy, has been accepted into the inaugural edition of “Who’s Who in ADR” by ADR Times – the foremost dispute resolution community for successful mediators and arbitrators worldwide.

Mr. Mosten was vetted and selected by a review committee based on the depth and diversity of his experience. Criteria for acceptance include independent research of a neutral’s track record of successfully resolving commercial disputes, thought leadership profile, peer nominations, as well as personal and professional achievements and honors.

“We are honored to formally recognize Mr. Mosten’s family mediation and collaborative law expertise and lifelong achievements,” said Mark Fotohabadi, PhD, Publisher of ADR Times, the collective that includes Who’s Who in ADR. “Our mission with Who’s Who in ADR is to profile exemplary neutrals, educators, and dispute resolution executives who have proven to be a leader in their unique niche(s), and continue to inspire the next generation of problem solvers.”

As an inductee of Who’s Who in ADR, Mr. Mosten will be featured in their ongoing thought leadership promotional series, have exclusive access to their growing community, and have the opportunity to nominate other peers for review. Mr. Mosten will also be invited to work closely with their professional editorial team to continue to share his expert practice insights on positively shaping the future of dispute resolution.

“Mark Fotohabadi is pioneering a replicable model of how a talented mediator with a graduate degree in dispute resolution can impact and change not just the field of mediation, but society as a whole. Building on a foundation of his work with the legendary Timothy Pownall (with whom I had the pleasure of collaborating at Straus for many years), Mark’s tireless work at ADR Times will have a special place in the history of our field. I am particularly honored to be featured in the ‘Who’s Who in ADR’ by ADR Times, and Susan Guthrie and I will do everything in our power to assure that our trainees study the work of Mark and his colleagues,” said Forrest (Woody) Mosten.

Recognizing the need for premium dispute resolution content, connections, and community, ADR Times is the brainchild of co-founders, Mark Fotohabadi, PhD, and award-winning peacemaker and gifted teacher, the late W. Timothy Pownall (1948-2016), who together envisioned and built a parties-first approach to offer people and professionals entangled in conflict, direct access to dispute resolution excellence.

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Founded in 2010, ADR Times is the foremost dispute resolution community for successful mediators and arbitrators worldwide, offering premium content, connections, and community – to elevate dispute resolution excellence.

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