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Honorable Glen A. Tyler (Ret.) Joins The McCammon Group

For Immediate Release
April 4, 2011
For more information contact:
Rich Huffman
Direct Dial: (804) 433-2242

The Honorable Glen A. Tyler, retired Judge of the 2nd Judicial Circuit of Virginia, has joined The McCammon Group (TMG), a leading mediation, arbitration, facilitation, training, and consulting firm.

Judge Tyler served eighteen years on the bench in the 2nd Judicial Circuit Court until his retirement in January, 2011.  Prior to his time on the bench, Judge Tyler was a Partner in the law firm Tyler, Custis, Lewis & Dix on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.  He is a current Member of the Virginia State Bar, Virginia Bar Association, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.  He also served as the Chair of the Virginia State Bar Continuing Legal Education Committee.

In addition to his distinguished legal career, Judge Tyler served his community as an Instructor of the Accomack County Sheriffs Law Enforcement School, a President and Member of the Board of Trustees at the Shore Memorial Hospital, and a Member of the Eastern Shore of Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

  • Judge Tyler joins the other TMG Neutrals located in Hampton Roads:
  • Hon. John E. Clarkson (Ret.) – Norfolk
  • Cheshire I. Eveleigh, Esq. – VA Beach
  • Richard S. Glasser, Esq. – Norfolk
  • Hon. E. Preston Grissom (Ret.) – Chesapeake
  • Hon. Joseph A. Leafe (Ret.) – Norfolk
  • Hon. Norman Olitsky (Ret.) – Portsmouth
  • Hon. Westbrook J. Parker (Ret.) – Suffolk
  • Hon. Thomas S. Shadrick (Ret.) – VA Beach
  • Hon. Kenneth N. Whitehurst, Jr. (Ret.) – VA Beach

The McCammon Group provides alternative dispute resolution services (ADR) including mediation, arbitration, neutral evaluation, special master, private judging, as well as related facilitation, training, and consulting services.  It consists of seventy-five Neutrals including retired judges and practicing attorneys located throughout Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.  Since its founding in 1995, The McCammon Group has handled thousands of disputes, with a mediation settlement rate of approximately 85%.  The McCammon Group is committed to the proposition that ADR processes provide individuals, as well as public and private entities, with many substantial benefits including effective and prompt resolution of disputes, self determination, cost savings, timeliness, flexibility, and confidentiality.

For more information, please visit www.mccammongroup.com.

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  • "The mediator was essential to injecting reality into discussions."

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  • "Sometimes the human side of these cases leaves the practical side and they seem impossible to settle. Your "never give up" attitude carried the day."

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  • "The depth and quality of the available mediators is exceptional."

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  • "The quality of your panel members allows choice and comfort in the knowledge that your matter will be fully and fairly heard and resolved."