Philip Mediation is OPEN and PROVIDING SERVICES via remote technologies.
Philip Mediation is committed to protecting the health and safety of its clients while continuing to provide excellent dispute resolution services. All mediations, arbitrations, and facilitations will be conducted via telephone and/or or video-conference for the foreseeable future.
Please refer to the Online Dispute Resolution section of this website for more information.
If you wish to schedule an in-person mediation, arbitration, or facilitation, I would be glad to refer you to colleagues who are providing in-person services.
Please stay safe and healthy!
Sasha customizes the mediation process to each individual case by engaging in pre-mediation conversations to discuss procedural options and any special needs of the client. Mediation and arbitration services are available by the hour, half day, and full day, and can be conducted telephonically or via video-conference, depending on the nature of the dispute. (Read more about services and scheduling options...)
In addition, Sasha reserves some time each week for last-minute mediations. If you have a mediation that needs to take place quickly, please contact Sasha for her availability.
Sasha S. Philip is a licensed attorney who practiced civil litigation for well over a decade before becoming a certified professional mediator and arbitrator. As a former civil litigator, she has first-hand knowledge of and experience with the types of disputes that she now resolves as a neutral.
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Sasha has a proven track record of resolving even the most challenging cases, using a creative problem-solving approach and active listening skills to allow parties to evaluate their options, assess their risks, and develop proposals that meet their goals and interests.
Sasha is committed to helping you negotiate a just and fair resolution of your dispute, achieve closure, and avoid the high emotional and financial costs of litigation. Every mediation begins with a substantive pre-mediation conference with each party, and does not end until your dispute has been resolved.