Bill is delighted to be building on his already extensive experience of Russian-related mediations.
In the last few months, he has mediated two major Russian-based commercial disputes, one in Moscow, the other out of St Petersburg. He has also recently joined a select group of international mediators forming the international panel of the Moscow-based Scientific and Methodological Center for Mediation and Law.
This adds to his extensive history of mediation work in Russia/CIS, including founding and chairing a forum for eleven regional countries to cooperate on mediation developments (2016), advising the Russian Government on dispute resolution reforms in the welfare sector (1999-2002), and mediating numerous Russian/CIS-based disputes.
Bill is delighted and honoured to be recognised again in this year’s Who’s Who Legal as one of a small number of global “Thought Leaders” in mediation.
Based on nominations from peers, corporate counsel and other market sources, the Thought Leaders nominations aim to recognise not only “vast expertise and experience”, but also the “ability to innovate, inspire, and go above and beyond to deliver”.