NYC BAR BRIDGE-THE-GAP WEBINAR: HON. PETER SKELOS (Ret.), JAMES BORKOWSKI, ESQ., AND JENNIFER HERSCOVICI, ESQ. TO PRESENT “INSIDE THE MIND OF A MEDIATOR: AVOIDING IMPASSE AND MAXIMIZING OUTCOMES IN MEDIATION”
Posted on Jan 15, 2021
NYS ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS WEBINAR: BOB WORDEN, ESQ. INVITED TO PRESENT “THE ETHICS AND ART OF SETTLEMENT AT MEDIATION”
Posted on Jan 05, 2021
LAW.COM WEBINAR: RICHARD P. BYRNE, ESQ. INVITED TO PRESENT “THE PRACTICAL BENEFITS OF RESOLVING COVERAGE DISPUTES THROUGH MEDIATION”
Posted on Nov 30, 2020
Posted on Nov 29, 2020
EDRM WEBINAR: HON. IRA B. WARSHAWSKY INVITED TO JOIN A PANEL DISCUSSION ON MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION IN A VIRTUAL WORLD
Posted on Nov 19, 2020
NAM WEBINAR: HON. JOHN P. DIBLASI INVITED TO PRESENT: INSIDE THE MIND OF A MEDIATOR: HOW TO AVOID IMPASSE AND MAXIMIZE OUTCOMES IN MEDIATION TO L'ABBATE, BALKAN, COLAVITA & CONTINI
Posted on Nov 19, 2020
Posted on Oct 20, 2020
The high cost of litigation, as well as the reality that most civil litigation, resolved prior to trial, has made mediation of civil matters more prevalent. Combined with the increase in court-mandated mediation and court-annexed alternative dispute resolution programs, mediation has become a fact of life for litigators and parties alike. Knowing the keys to a successful mediation, therefore, is essential for any litigator.
LIVE WEBINAR: HON. JEREMY WEINSTEIN INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN “A VIRTUAL REALITY. HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY CONDUCT MEDIATIONS IN A POST-COVID WORLD”
Posted on Oct 06, 2020
Posted on Oct 01, 2020
Judge Ingram will provide an overview of admiralty law that will benefit both the novice and seasoned practitioners. Identification of certain types of disputes where Alternative Dispute Resolution can be beneficial will also be discussed, as well as how the use of ADR can be effective in the resolution of disputes involving maritime law.
CLM CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE WEBINAR: RICHARD P. BYRNE, ESQ. INVITED TO JOIN A PANEL DISCUSSION ON MEDIATING IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD
Posted on Sep 23, 2020
For decades, mediation had been partially virtual with phone and video participation by some parties and claims personnel. Is that process now up to the challenges of almost no in person participation? Can the technology adapt fast enough and satisfy the consumers of dispute resolution services? Is ADR, for better or worse, now the only game in town?