Brian B. Egan
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PO Box 1673
(408 SW Monroe STE M210A)
Corvallis, OR 97339-1673
Fax: (541) 243-8932
Description of Practice
Since 1999, Brian has owned and operated Clarity, a consulting practice specializing in organizational change, facilitation, training, and conflict resolution.
Brian is a proud seven-year Vietnam-era veteran of the US Air Force.
Certified Professional FacilitatorTM (CPF).
|March 2001||Community Outreach / Prof. Sam Keltner||Basic Mediation (32 hours)|
|Mar 2001||Community Outreach / Prof. Sam Keltner||Small Claims Mediation (8 hours)|
|Jun 2001||Community Outreach||Mediation observation and critique (2.0 hours)|
|Jul 2001||Community Outreach||In-service training (2.0 hours)|
|Aug 2001||Community Outreach||Mediation observation and critique (3.0 hours)|
|Dec 2001||Community Outreach||In-service training (1.0 hours)|
|Mar 2002||Community Outreach||In-service training (2.0 hours)|
|Jun 2002||Community Outreach||In-service training (2.0 hours)|
|Oct 2003||Linn-Benton Mediation Services||In-service training (2.0 hours)|
|Dec 2003||Linn-Benton Mediation Services||In-service training (2.0 hours)|
|Feb 2006||University of Oregon Law School||Seminar:|
|Apr 2006||Linn-Benton Mediation Services||In-service training (1.0 hours)|
|May 2008||Linn-Benton Mediation Services||Resolving Conflicts in Meetings (25 hours)|
|Feb 2009||Linn-Benton Mediation Services||In-service training (2.0 hours)|
|May 2009||Linn-Benton Mediation Services / Dr. Sam Imperiati||In-service training (1.5 hours)|
|Aug 2009||Linn-Benton Mediation Services||In-service training (2.5 hours)|
|Sep 2009||Dr. Jim Melamed||Mediating Divorce Agreement (40 hours)|
|Oct 2009||Linn-Benton Mediation Services||In-service training (2.0 hours)|
|Oct 2009||ASTD/Oregon Mediation Assn||Workplace Mediation SIG (1.5 hours)|
|Nov 2009||Linn-Benton Mediation Services||Divorce mediation observation/critique (1.5 hours)|
|Nov 2009||Oregon Mediation Assn.||OMA Conference sessions (16 hours)|
|Nov 2010||Oregon Mediation Assn.||OMA Conference sessions (16 hours)|
|Nov 2011||Oregon Mediation Assn.||OMA Conference sessions (16 hours)|
|Jul 2012||Collins Institute||Foreclosure Avoidance Mediation Program (24 hours)|
|Nov 2012||Oregon Mediation Assn||OMA Conference sessions (16 hours)|
|Aug 2013||Mediation Case Manager||Foreclosure Avoidance Program refresher (16 hours)|
|Nov 2013||Oregon Mediation Assn||OMA Conference sessions (16 hours)|
|Nov 2014||Oregon Mediation Assn||OMA Conference sessions (16 hours)|
|Jan 2015||Marion County Bar Assn||High Conflict Symposium (8 hours)|
|Jun 2015||Oregon Mediation Assn||Mindfulness|
|Nov 2015||Oregon Mediation Assn||OMA Conference sessions (16 hours)|
|April 2016||Oregon Mediation Assn||Implicit Bias|
|Nov 2016||Oregon Mediation Assn||OMA Conference sessions (16 hours)|
|Sep 2017||Neighbor-to-Neighbor Mediation||Parent-Teen Mediation (16 hours)|
|Nov 2017||Oregon Mediation Assn||OMA Conference sessions (16 hours)|
|Mar 2018||Neighbor-to-Neighbor Mediation||Manufactured Home Community Mediation (2 hours)|
From a process standpoint, he will get all issues on the table, and then will subdivide big problems into smaller, easier-to-solve ones. Brian's engineering background is well balanced by his empathy and people skills, so results and feelings are both considered.
As a non-attorney mediator, Brian works in synergy with the parties' attorneys. He is skilled in recognizing when questions or issues require an attorney's involvement, and is careful to refer the parties to their respective attorneys for personalized advice and actions.
- Family and/or divorce: $175 per hour.
- Business disputes and/or partnership dissolution: $200 per hour.
- Small Claims: Neighborhood, person-to-person, landlord-tenant, and other cases that might otherwise be taken to Small Claims Court: $75 for up to two hours, $50 per hour thereafter. (Less expensive than court.)
- Facilitation: $175 per hour.
- Out-of-area travel: $1.00/mile or by arrangement.
Special rates apply to clients referred by the CLC-managed Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
Facilitation: As a trained and experienced facilitator, Brian can help you plan and accomplish your event's or meeting's objectives. He is skilled at leading brainstorming, idea generation, and teambuilding during strategic planning and organization-change efforts. Brian holds a Certified Professional FacilitatorTM (CPF) credential from the International Association of Facilitators.
Training: Brian teaches a variety of classes on people-related workplace topics, including Managing Conflicts in Meetings (2 days), Project Management (5 days), and Management and Supervision (4 days).
Foreclosure Mediation:Brian facilitated 100 foreclosure cases through the Oregon Foreclosure Avoidance Program, and is available to mediate outside of that program.
Arbitration: Brian is a securities arbitrator with FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority). He can arbitrate other cases — rather than mediate them — with prior, fully informed agreement of the parties.
Areas of Practice
- Adult Family
- Business (60 facilitated)
- Civil (general)
- Divorce (all issues)
- Divorce (parenting)
- Education (100 facilitated)
- Eminent Domain
- Estate Planning
- Health Care
- Intellectual Property
- Land Use
- Landlord - Tenant
- Marital Mediation
- Natural Resources
- Non Profits (12 facilitated)
- Nursing Home
- Online Mediation
- Personal Injury
- Pet Mediation
- Professional Fees
- Real Estate
- Sexual Harrassment
- Small Claims
- Special Education
- Trust Management
- Conflict Coach
- Strategic Planning
- Communication Skills Trainer
- Online Mediator
- Online Arbitrator
- Staff Developer