POWERPOINT CAN HELP YOU PROVE YOUR POINT AT MEDICAL MALPRACTICE MEDIATIONSApril, 2014, By: Steven B. Tannenbaum, Esq.
The parties to a medical malpractice mediation can assist the neutral in helping them achieve a resolution of the claim in issue by presenting their respective positions in a clear and concise manner which helps to identify and limit complex medical issues. Traditionally, the parties to such a...Read more
ADDRESSING LEGAL ISSUES WITH THE MEDIATOR AND TIMING IN SEEKING AN EVALUATIONApril 1 2014, By: Hon. John P. DiBlasi (Ret.)
Many cases that come to mediation involve novel questions of law. Invariably, there will be a dispute as to the proper law applicable to the case and the interpretation of appellate decisions that impact upon same. It is common for parties in the context of their pre-mediation brief to cite case...Read more
EXCHANGING THE MEDIATION BRIEF: IS IT IN YOUR BEST INTEREST?April, 2014, By: Hon. John P. DiBlasi, J.S.C. (Ret.)
The submission of a well-crafted brief prior to the mediation is an excellent opportunity to give the mediator a real preview of your position in advance. It can be used to educate, persuade, and create a roadmap for settlement negotiations. It is to your benefit to submit same as it will save time ...Read more
WHAT'S NEW IN THE COMMERCIAL DIVISIONApril 1 2014, By: Hon. Ira B. Warshawsky, J.S.C. (Rtd.)
In 2012, Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman created the Task Force on Commercial Litigation in the 21st Century to provide practical proposals that would have a lasting impact on commercial litigation in New York. The Task Force had an interdisciplinary make up of practitioners, academics and current ...Read more