NEWS - Press Release
JANUARY 30, 2013
NAM SPONSORS THE NEW YORK ISLANDERS IN THEIR FINAL SEASONS ON LONG ISLAND
In what some may call a “powerplay”, NAM(National Arbitration and Mediation) has become a sponsor of the New York Islanders’ hockey team.
Roy Israel, President and CEO of NAM stated: “As a company with offices in Garden City, and with many of our clients and Neutrals from the area, NAM wanted to be a part of the Islanders’ last 2 seasons in Nassau County. After joining with the Islanders to sponsor their 2012 Holiday Season Toy Drive, NAM decided to stay involved with the Islanders, who are very much a part of our Long Island Community. Basically, we are a company with deep roots in Long Island and felt it was the perfect time to “root for the home team.” Watching the Islanders play in front of the NAM banners at the Nassau Coliseum just brings it all together.“
NAM has conference centers offices throughout New York including Manhattan, Garden City, Westchester, Brooklyn, and Buffalo.
NAM offers litigants a nationwide panel of approximately 2,000 top-tier former judges and practicing specialists uniquely qualified to facilitate the resolution of disputes in a private forum. The company maintains rosters in all 50 states, including Puerto Rico, with specific expertise in the areas of Complex Commercial, Personal Injury, Professional Liability, Construction, Insurance, Employment, Business, Real Estate, Finance and International dispute resolution.
Founded in 1992, NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation) has been recognized as ADR Provider of the Year and is well known for its superb customer service and for delivering exceptional results. Consistent with being the nation's premier ADR provider, the New York Law Journal Rankings Survey selected NAM as the #1 ADR provider for both 2011 and 2012. NAM actively works with more than 8,000 commercial entities, including more than 50% of the Fortune 100 companies. NAM is often an indispensable resource for parties seeking cost-effective alternatives to expensive and often time-consuming litigation.
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