EMPLOYMENT LAW SPECIALIST, DAVID S. FEATHER, ESQ., INVITED TO PARTICIPATE AT THE ABA ANNUAL ARBITRATION TRAINING INSTITUTE

Posted on May 09, 2019 by NAM David S. Feather, Esq. Hearing Officer for National Arbitration and Mediation

Mr. Feather will share his experience and knowledge about best practices and tips for arbitrators, the most current laws concerning arbitration clauses and how arbitration offers a fair, timely cost-efficient forum enabling both employers and employees an effective way to resolve employment disputes...

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NAM IN THE NEWS: JUSTICE ELIZABETH BONINA, JUSTICE JOHN DIBLASI AND RICHARD BYRNE PRESENT THE IMPORTANCE OF GOOD FAITH AND TRUST IN MEDIATION FOR 2019 ETHICS MARATHON

Posted on Apr 16, 2019 by NAM

Last week, NAM in conjunction with the Association of Corporate Counsel - New York City Chapter presented a CLE seminar, "In Mediation, You Gotta Have (Good) Faith". Over 150 in-house counsel attended from the ACC-NYC chapter and benefited by hearing from three of NAM’s highly-regarded neutrals.

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HON. JOHN P. DIBLASI AND HON. PETER B. SKELOS PRESENT AT THE 2019 ABA SECTION OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION SPRING CONFERENCE

Posted on Apr 09, 2019 by NAM American Bar Association Logo

As part of the conference program, Justices DiBlasi and Skelos will lead a continuing legal education (CLE) panel discussion entitled, In Mediation, You Gotta have (Good) Faith!

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NAM PRESENTS CLE ON THE IMPORTANCE OF GOOD FAITH AND TRUST IN MEDIATION FOR 2019 ETHICS MARATHON

Posted on Apr 09, 2019 by NAM Association of Corporate Counsel Greater New York Logo

Successful mediators have come to learn that truth is a critical element in any successful negotiation. However, in an adversarial negotiation, trust is a relative thing.

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WEBINAR: HOW TO IDENTIFY AND RESOLVE HIGH EXPOSURE CLAIMS EARLY

Posted on Mar 26, 2019 by NAM Bob Worden, Esq. Hearing Officer for NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation)

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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