Posted on Nov 02, 2020
As my teenage children can attest, I am technologically challenged. So, at the onset, my technological aptitude was worrisome. Well, those worries are long gone. As most of us have figured it out, I have learned to share my screens with the other participants in the mediation or arbitration process.
Posted on Oct 22, 2020
Human beings are social creatures and most of us would rather participate in-person if possible. In the post-Covid-19 future, both video and of course in-person hearings will be available. I want to share a few observations about the unique benefits that come with video mediation or as it is often referred to, videoconferencing or Virtual ADR.
CAMPOLO, MIDDLETON & MCCORMICK GUEST SPOTLIGHT WITH JAMES J. WRYNN, ESQ: WHY ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER
Posted on Oct 15, 2020
In 2020, the court system has faced unprecedented challenges from the pandemic and associated budget cuts. Business disputes, however, continue on – and with would-be litigants facing uncertain waits in the court system for their most pressing issues, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has taken on new importance.
Posted on Oct 13, 2020
The reality is that now in most jurisdictions, it is almost impossible for litigants to have their day in court, impaneling a jury is out of question, the processing of routine legal matters has taken a dramatic hit and the backlog of cases awaiting trial on most court calendars has grown exponentially.
Posted on Oct 06, 2020
Now that the courts have begun to reopen, one might at first believe that the pre-pandemic status of courts dealing with a steady flow of matrimonial cases is being slowly but inexorably restored. However, not only is online mediation still as desirable an alternative as it was during the pandemic’s darkest days, it remains an attractive option specifically in the area of matrimonial law, where disputed issues are often personal and sensitive.
CCBJ INTERVIEW WITH RHONDA L. EPSTEIN, ESQ. | IN THE AGE OF CORONAVIRUS, ADR IS MORE IN-DEMAND THAN EVER
Posted on Sep 30, 2020
Rhonda Epstein is a longtime proponent of ADR and a seasoned litigator with an extensive background in employment law and commercial matters. She talks about how that experience helps her work as a mediator and arbitrator, especially as COVID-19 wreaks havoc on businesses and the court system alike.
Posted on Sep 10, 2020
In order to reach a fair and equitable settlement when mediating catastrophic injury medical malpractice cases, it is essential for the respective parties to provide the mediator with detailed medical chronologies (timelines) and medical briefs in order for the mediator to properly prepare for the hearing.
CCBJ INTERVIEW WITH HON. JOHN G. INGRAM (Ret.) | MARITIME MATTERS AT THE FOREFRONT OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Posted on Aug 20, 2020
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Posted on Aug 03, 2020
What will Mediation look like when that day arrives? Will there be in-person Mediations? Yes, absolutely. Will there be virtual Mediations utilizing videoconferencing? Yes, absolutely. Will there be Mediation sessions employing both in-person and remote participation simultaneously? Again, the answer is: Yes, absolutely.