WEBCAST: WHY MEDIATIONS FAIL & HOW TO ACHIEVE BETTER RESULTS
Posted on Oct 03, 2018 |Multimedia
WHY MEDIATIONS FAIL & HOW TO ACHIEVE BETTER RESULTS
Previously Recorded: Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Join NAM neutral, Richard P. Byrne, Esq. and Reed Smith Partner, Casey Laffey, Esq., in a pre-recorded webcast, Why Mediations Fail & How to Achieve Better Results.
Although 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. Learn how investing a modest amount of time in advance of a Mediation session to reflect upon the purpose, logistics and goal of the session can greatly reduce the potential for failure, and ultimately save time and money.
Participants will learn how and why these reasons can cause Mediation to fail:
- Lack of Preparation
- Unethical Conduct in Mediation
- Absence of Decision-Makers
- Wearing Trial Blinder
- Last Minute Surprises
- Emotion and Anxiety
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About NAM's Presenter
Richard P. Byrne, Esq | Hearing Officer | NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation)
Richard P. Byrne, Esq. has been serving as a Mediator since Mediation first came on the horizon as a cost-effective means of resolving litigation and other disputes. He is well-respected professionally and has a reputation for bringing the most contentious disputes to full and final resolution. A strong proponent of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and a Certified Mediator with the United States District Court, Richard P. Byrne brings more than 25 years of ADR experience to NAM's New York Metro panel of neutrals.
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