Rincon Resolutions supports individuals and organizations globally, with a focus on project development for nonprofits. If your organization needs guidance in developing systems that provide compassionate, smart solutions to real estate conflict, we are there for you.
Through frequent appearances at dispute resolution conferences, legal education forums, and related publications, Rincon Resolutions leads international dialogue on superior dispute resolution for real estate.
From Roger Moss, founder of Rincon Resolutions LLC
During my business career, I managed large-scale commercial real estate portfolios, negotiated complex redevelopments of historic landmarks, and helped growing companies thrive through teamwork and unconventional approaches in leasing. This experience taught me collaborative negotiation and servant leadership.
It has been a pleasure to apply this experience to the creation of conflict transformation platforms for nonprofit organizations.
From the crucible of 2020, I established Rincon Resolutions to support organizations globally, focusing on project development for nonprofit organizations. If your organization needs guidance in developing systems that provide compassionate, smart solutions to real estate conflict, we are there for you.
Through our frequent appearances at dispute resolution conferences, legal education forums, and related publications, we are shaping international dialogue on superior dispute resolution methods for real estate. In the shadow of Covid-19, we advocate for holistic solutions to conflict that generates homelessness, threatens local merchants, or impacts small investor landlords.
The King County Bar Association Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management Service
This initiative formed a mediation and arbitration panel as part of the KCBA Lawyer Referral Service, leading to a robust interdisciplinary platform serving the Northwest. Our mission is to increase access to justice by providing affordable professional services that engage conflict constructively. Working with the ADR Section marketing committee, I provide strategic input, operational guidance, and community outreach.
The Bar Association of San Francisco Conflict Intervention Service
CIS intervenes in conflict and disputes that lead to homelessness. We deliver communication coaching and mediation to publicly assisted housing providers and residents. As the program’s Mediation Counsel, I design and implement services, recruit and train mediators, and market the program to community stakeholders.