Now more than ever, disputants need a cost-effective mechanism for resolving their disputes. Ellie Vilendrer’s extensive ADR experience, background as a practicing lawyer in business litigation and transactional corporate and intellectual property matters, and experience as a former tech company co-founder make her the ideal mediator for a wide variety of commercial cases, including shareholder disputes, breach of contract, intellectual property, employment, and data privacy.
Ms. Vilendrer is the Co-Chair of the Early Dispute Resolution Committee of the American Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Section. She has spent hundreds of hours studying and training in the field of negotiations and mediation, including executive training at Harvard. Demonstrating she can put theory to practice, Ms. Vilendrer achieved the best outcome in a scored negotiation among 60 professional negotiators from around the world in 2015.
Her family’s award-winning video promoting peace, Nurturing the Seeds of Peace, was broadcasted at the United Nations on November 6, 2019. It was also an Official Selection of the International Peace & Film Festival (2020).
Since entering the legal field in 2004, Ellie Vilendrer has focused on outcome optimization. She believes the end goal for disputants shouldn’t just be to resolve their dispute but to make decisions that lead to optimal outcomes. She helps parties think creatively, to expand the pie so every party can maximize settlement value.
Ms. Vilendrer is committed to providing parties with a valuable mediation experience in which participants can communicate their viewpoints in a safe, respectful, and balanced environment. She understands the nuances and complexities which underpin disputes and has a genuine desire to help parties not only reach a lasting agreement but also improve relationships. Her diversity also gives her an edge in helping disputants find common ground.
Vilendrer Law, PC offers online mediation through Zoom, complete with private breakout rooms. We follow the Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators. Unlike most ADR providers, we don’t charge administrative fees.
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