Optimizing You and Your Case for Mediation
Your client’s personal injury tort action is scheduled for mediation and that is good news. But what are your next steps to optimize that opportunity? What is your client’s BATNA? This program will answer these questions and will offer key steps that you must take in advance of mediation, to prepare the case and your client, particularly in complex matters involving liens, infants and incapacitated persons or death actions. They will also discuss topics from the point of interest of the lawyer, client and mediator or judge facilitating settlement discussion. You’ll gain insight about how to optimize your presentation of the case at mediation, including tips and strategies for managing conflict with your adversary, masterful listening and effective communication in order to optimize your opportunity for success at mediation.
Moderator;Planning Chair: Tania Pagan, The Pagan Law Firm, P.C.
Jay Sangerman, Jay J. Sangerman, PLLC
Genesis Fisher, Founder and Principal Attorney of Fisher Law Practice, P.C.
Honorable Justice Karla Moskowitz, Retired Associate Justice of the New York Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department; Arbitrator and Mediator with NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation)
Danielle Shalov, Director of the Amelia A. Gould Representation in Mediation Clinic at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University
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- July 8, 2021
- Online On-Demand