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HON. IRA B. WARSHAWSKY AUTHORS “STOP THE WORLD” ARTICLE FOR INSURANCE ADVOCATE

Posted on Apr 17, 2020

Judge Warshawsky writes that over the past month, there have been numerous occasions where many of us wanted to "stop the world" as COVID-19 has brought United States to a virtual standstill. He states "markets plunged, the world of sports was put on hold and our country struggled to come to terms with a combination of threats (health, social and economic) that most of us have never witnessed in our lifetimes."

LAWLINE SEMINAR: HON. JOHN P. DIBLASI (RET.) PRESENTS “HOW TO CONDUCT VIRTUAL ARBITRATIONS AND MEDIATIONS”

Posted on Apr 15, 2020

Topics will include ethical issues and guidelines for both the participant and the mediator; ensuring security so as to preserve privacy and confidentiality; conducting the arbitration and mediation through the use of technology; conquering fears associated with its technical aspects, and the benefits of the technology for the ADR process in the face of COVID-19 and beyond.

BOB WORDEN, ESQ. INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN A BRIDGE-THE-GAP CLE WEBCONFERENCE, “THE ETHICS AND ART OF SETTLEMENT AT MEDIATION”

Posted on Apr 14, 2020

Mr. Worden will focus on the best way, for attorneys to benefit from mediation with an emphasis on tort cases, including presentation, psychology, strategy and the levers that help to get the best results. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants for many years at mediation and looks forward to sharing his experiences and the lessons learned.

NAM'S RESPONSE TO SECURITY CONCERNS ABOUT ZOOM AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION OF ADDITIONAL SECURITY MEASURES

Posted on Apr 07, 2020

Recently, you may have seen or heard about press coverage relating to security questions surrounding the use of Zoom technology. NAM has conducted conferences/hearings via videoconferencing equipment for the last 25 years and, as such, has a deep knowledge and understanding of this technology. Since NAM started using Zoom technology (which pre-dates the Coronavirus pandemic), we […]