New York, NY (February 14, 2020) – NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation), one of the nation’s leading providers of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services, is pleased to announce the addition of Glenn Sabele, Esq.to its New York Metro panel of arbitrators and mediators.
Mr. Sabele has been engaged in the practice of law for more than 30 years and is well respected for his ability to resolve cases concerning personal injury and civil disputes. Throughout his career, he has handled numerous matters and has settled, litigated and tried a diverse caseload. Prior to joining NAM, Mr. Sabele served as a partner and senior trial attorney for a prominent New York law firm, where he successfully tried and settled hundreds of matters. During his tenure at the firm he represented parties in the areas of negligence, legal malpractice, medical malpractice, product liability, nursing home accidents, elevator accidents, slip and fall and wrongful death and labor law violations.
A longtime advocate of ADR, he has served as a neutral for numerous personal injury cases, and other types of matters involving negligence. Mr. Sabele is well-known throughout the New York Metro legal community, and is highly respected by both the plaintiff and defense bars alike. He is an exceptionally well-rounded and effective neutral known for his keen legal acumen and negotiating abilities, and has garnered a reputation for being fair, levelheaded, and approachable.
Roy Israel, President and CEO of NAM, stated, “Glenn has an excellent reputation as a mediator and a litigator and is a welcomed addition to NAM’s highly regarded panel of neutrals. His experience as a litigator when it comes to personal injury matters is second to none. He is very well respected by the bar for his fairness as well as his ability to effectively guide the parties and counsel to a fair and impartial resolution. I am very pleased to include Glenn as a member of NAM’s nationally recognized panel of neutrals.”
Mr. Sabele is available to mediate and arbitrate cases throughout New York State.