ADR for the Tort Litigator: What is it? Which to Choose and How to Prepare
Whether you represent plaintiffs or defendants in a personal injury case, this program will inform and educate about the benefits of utilizing alternative dispute resolution (ADR) to achieve successful outcome of your case. In panel format, the wide menu of options available through both the New York State presumptive ADR program as well as private ADR providers will be explored.
- Alternative Dispute Resolution: What is it? Why consider it?
- ADR Options in 2020: Public and Private
- Which to Choose: How to Advise the Client
- How to Prepare: Tips for the Litigator
- Mock Mediation
Program Chair: Jeff Anderson, Esq., Anderson, Moschetti & Taffany, PLLC
John J. Hopwood, Defense Attorney at Marks, O’Neill in NYC
Justice Christine Ryba, Supreme Court Third Judicial District (Albany)
Lisa Denig, Special Counsel for ADR Initiatives, Office of Deputy Chief Administrative Judge George Silver
David P. Horowitz, McNamara & Horowitz LLP
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- October 30, 2020
- Online On-Demand