NEWS - Press Release
December 10, 2015
NAM’S ON THE RADIO!
Anyone listening to ESPN Radio during a New York Jet, New York Knick or New York Ranger game will certainly hear NAM’s latest sponsorship. Prior to each kickoff, tipoff or drop of the puck, depending upon which game you’re listening to, NAM is sponsoring the announcement of the sports officials and/or referees before each game begins.
Roy Israel, President and CEO of NAM stated, “We may be a national/international ADR company, but our roots are firmly embedded in the Big Apple and we are proud to support these three elite New York franchises. It is truly a thrill to be a part of every Jet, Knick and Ranger radio broadcast. Not only are we the #1 ADR firm in New York State, we could be the #1 New York sports fan as well.”
In addition to Manhattan, NAM has conference centers and offices throughout New York including Brooklyn, Staten Island, Garden City, Westchester, and Buffalo.
For 5 consecutive years, NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation) has been ranked as the top ADR firm by the New York Law Journal Annual Reader Rankings Survey. The company was also selected as one of the top 2 ADR firms in the United States in the National Law Journal’s Annual Survey for the second year in a row.
NAM actively works with more than 8,000 commercial entities, including more than 50% of the Fortune 100 companies. Founded in 1992, NAM offers litigants a nationwide panel of nearly 2,500 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, Puerto Rico and in major cities around the world, with specific expertise in the areas of Complex Commercial, Construction, Employment, Entertainment, Financial Services, International, Insurance, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury (including 3rd party and 1st party actions), Professional Liability and Real Estate dispute resolution.
NAM is often an indispensable resource for parties seeking cost-effective alternatives to expensive and often time-consuming litigation.
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