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PEGGY FOLEY JONES

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Peggy Foley Jones
Principal

Practice Areas:
Mediation; Arbitration; Private Judge

Education:
Macalester College, B.A., 1980, Cum Laude
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D., 1984

Licensures:
Ohio Supreme Court Bar
United States Federal District Court, Northern District of Ohio

Judicial Experience (1993-2005):
Judge, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas
Judge, Eighth District Court of Appeals

Professional/Personal Associations:
American Bar Association, ADR Section, Mediation Committee

Supreme Court of Ohio, Commission on Dispute Resolution

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Arbitrator Roster

Cleveland American Employment Inn of Court

William K. Thomas American Inn of Court, Master

Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association; Co-Chair, Judicial Qualifications Committee, 2010-2015

Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association; Former Chair, Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee

Mediation Association of Northeast Ohio

Eighth Judicial Conference, Life Member

Honors/Awards:
GOP Salute as the “2016 William H. Rehnquist Award”, Republican Judicial Salute

American Bar Association YouTube® Video Concept Winner, “Mediation Works,” 2010

“Woman of year Award” by Cuyahoga Women’s Political Caucus

Teaching Experience:
Adjunct Professor Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Trial Advocacy
Frequent Lecturer at Case Western Reserve School of Law

ADR Panels:
American Arbitration Association
Resolute Systems, LLC
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Mediation Program, Pro Bono Mediator

ADR Training:
American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section Annual Conferences (2008-2019)
American Arbitration Association: Conducting Research & Investigations: The Arbitrator’s Authority (September 2014)
Society of Maritime Arbitrators: Fair and Balanced Ship Vetting: A Fact, Goal or Illusion? (November 2013)
Mediation Association of Northeast Ohio: Advanced Conflict Resolution Skills: Overcoming Barriers to Settlement (June 2013)
American Arbitration Association: Arbitration Awards: Safeguarding, Deciding & Writing an Award (October 2012)
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association: Advanced Strategies for Building Agreement and Breaking Impasse (May 2012)
American Arbitration Association: Managing Your First Arbitration (October 2011)
American Bar Association Disputes Resolution Section: 12th Annual Spring Conference (April 2010)

Frequent Author & Presenter:
Ethics and Fitness: Protecting the Integrity and Quality of the Arbitration Process, AAA/ICDR/AAA Mediation.Org Panel Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, March 2019

ABCs of ADR: Best Practices Guide for Litigators & Neutrals, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, October 30, 2018

Overcoming “Anchoring” A Mediator’s Empirically-Based Approach to Helping the Parties Make the Right Offer and Demand, Bar Journal of Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, August 2018

Mediation Demonstration: Sustaining Mediation Core Values in High Stakes Cases, 2018 Supreme Court of Ohio Dispute Resolution Conference, March 2018

Repositioning Your Case: Differentiating Arbitration and Mediation Techniques from Litigation Strategies, American Conference Institute Long Term Care Conference, Miami, Florida, January 2018

Effective Use of Financial Experts in Mediation and Arbitration, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, November 2017

Faulkner and Reaching Higher in Today’s ADR World, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal, October 2016

Mock Mediation of Employment Case, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, April 2016

Benefits of an Effective Joint Session in Mediation, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, January 2015

Mediation: Staying in Control to Achieve Business Driven Outcomes, Association of Corporate Counsel-America, Northeast Ohio Chapter, June 2013

Before It Hits the Fan: Using Neutrals When Negotiating Agreements, Bar Journal of Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, August 2012

Overcoming Anchoring and Impasse by Effectively Using the Mediator’s Proposal, ABA Section Dispute Resolution Conference, April 2019

More about Peggy…
Peggy, a resident of Cleveland Heights, practices yoga and is an avid tennis and paddle tennis player. She enjoys traveling to visit her five children, cooking, gardening, and seeing the newest and best films at the Cleveland International Film Festival.