NEWS - Press Release
MAY 29, 2013
NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation) To Sponsor the Nassau Lawyers’ Association of Long Island’s 58th Annual Dinner-Dance
NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation) is proud to sponsor the Nassau Lawyers’ Association of Long Island’s 58th Annual Dinner-Dance honoring Judge Gregory P. Peterson and presenting the installation of officers and directors on May 29, 2013 at The Carltun in East Meadow, New York.
NAM is pleased to have the opportunity to support one of the largest bar associations of its kind in the United States. Roy Israel, NAM President and CEO, stated: “We are proud to support the Nassau Lawyers’ Association of Long Island, a very well-respected organization that's based in the same county as our headquarters…We wish all of the new officers and directors of The Nassau Lawyer’s Association much continued success.”
NAM maintains conference facilities throughout New York State, including Manhattan, Garden City, Brooklyn, Westchester, Staten Island 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 time-consuming litigation.
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