Mediation and Arbitration — New Haven County Bar Association program

On Wednesday, October 15, 2008, I will be a panelist in a program that is part of the New Haven County Bar Association’s annual “Nuts & Bolts CLE Series”.  This is the seventh year that the Bar Association is presenting its nine-part Practice Skills Program For Newer Attorneys. The NHCBA describes Wednesday’s program, Advanced Litigation: Tips Everyone Should Know, this way: “Provides overview of Federal Court, expert witnesses, complex litigation docket, Removals, and use of mediation and arbitration. Features Tips for Litigators and Q&A with panelists. Guest Speakers: Attorneys William B. Bloss, Mark A. Milano, and Jane Beddall.”

I’m looking forward to talking about the “nuts and bolts” of mediation and arbitration. I also will talk about why attorneys serve their clients better when attorneys are aware of the ways that alternative dispute resolution processes like mediation and arbitration can give their clients options to solve problems and meet goals.


Posted in ADR: Dispute Resolution Processes, Dovetail News, Monday, October 13th, 2008

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