Even if you think you know how much it costs to sue someone, do you really understand the full range of risks and costs? Join Stephen Kotev for part two of our conversation with attorney and mediator, Daniel Preston Dozieras we discuss the romances and realities of litigation. Listen in to find out what really happens when folks finally get their “day in court.”
Daniel P. Dozier, a member of the law firm of Press, Potter & Dozier, LLC, received his J. D. in 1971 from Wayne State University. He is an internationally-recognized pioneer in conflict management and collaborative decision-making, with nearly 35 years of experience as an attorney, negotiator, and mediator, and 25 years as a mediator and facilitator of complex multi-party environmental and public policy, employment, contract and commercial disputes. He has been appointed by United States District Courts throughout the United States to mediate complex environmental cases and is listed on numerous rosters of neutrals. Dozier has been admitted to the practice of law in Michigan, the District of Columbia, and Maryland and is a member of the District of Columbia Bar and the Maryland State Bar Association. He was an adjunct professor at the Vermont Law School where he taught Environmental Dispute Resolution from 1989 to 2000.
Mr. Dozier has written numerous articles and monographs on alternative dispute resolution, including Stakeholder Collaborative Processes for Consensus Building on Planning Issues with James L. Ariail III, AICP and Allyn Finegold in the on line journal of the American Planning Association, Practicing Planner, Finding the Common Good: the Sugarbush Water Withdrawal Case with John H. Fitzhugh, 1996 and a chapter in Mediation Ethics: Cases and Commentaries Edited by Ellen Waldman, Jossey-Bass, 2011