NAM NEUTRALS, SUSAN HERNANDEZ, ESQ., HON. DANIEL PALMIERI AND HON. LARRY S. SCHACHNER TO SPEAK ABOUT ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION AT THE NYSBA CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

Posted on Oct 02, 2018 by NAM

More and more personal injury disputes are being resolved through mediation, arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). During these interactive programs, attendees will learn how insurance companies and claims adjusters approach mediation in personal injury matters and exp...

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ETHICS CLE WEBINAR: WHY MEDIATIONS FAIL & HOW TO ACHIEVE BETTER RESULTS

Posted on Oct 01, 2018 by NAM

The majority of disputes resolve at Mediation. Nonetheless, there remain those that impasse. Failure to achieve resolution can often be avoided if advanced adequate thought is given to common potential pitfalls which include ethical issues that may arise.

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NAM IN THE NEWS: RICHARD BYRNE, ESQ. PRESENTS MEDIATION BEST PRACTICES CLE TO CLM NEW YORK CITY CHAPTER

Posted on Sep 26, 2018 by NAM

The presentation was held at NAM's New York City conference facility where more than 50 insurance and legal professionals convened to learn common pitfalls and best practices in mediation. NAM neutrals, George Freitag, Esq., Hon. Karla Moskowitz and Hon. Larry S. Schachner were also in attendance to...

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SIGNATURE CLE: HON. PETER B. SKELOS INVITED TO SPEAK ON CROWELL & MORING PANEL, FRIEND OR FOE: TAILORING YOUR AGREEMENTS ACCORDINGLY

Posted on Sep 25, 2018 by NAM

Mediation of commercial disputes has grown in popularity as parties increasingly recognize the benefits of attempting to resolve disputes outside of the full adversarial process. If successful, mediation is far less expensive and time consuming than litigation.

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RICHARD BYRNE, ESQ. TO PRESENT TO CLM'S NEW YORK CITY CHAPTER ON HOW TO ACHIEVE RESOLUTION AND AVOID PITFALLS DURING THE MEDIATION PROCESS

Posted on Sep 20, 2018 by NAM

During this interactive presentation, Mr. Byrne will discuss how to prospectively identify the leading reasons why Mediations can fail, rather than looking back on the causes after the fact.

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