Tips, Best Practices and Hot Button Issues of Commercial Mediation & Arbitration
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Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods, such as arbitration and mediation, are often explored to reduce the uncertainty and expenses of litigation, and can help reduce and resolve business disputes – just to name a few.
Join this webcast, where NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation) neutrals, Rhonda Epstein, Esq. and James J. Wrynn, Esq. will address the latest developments and hot button issues in commercial mediation and arbitration. Discover best practices designed to help reduce and resolve business disputes, and gain a better understanding of the roles for legal professionals on both sides of the process.
Save your spot for this webcast that will cover:
- Key developments and hot button issues in commercial mediation and arbitration.
- Best practices in reducing/resolving business disputes.
- Various dispute types.
- The role of inside/outside counsel in the dispute resolution process.
|Rhonda L. Epstein, Esq. | Employment Law Specialist | NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation)
Rhonda L. Epstein, Esq. is a seasoned litigator with more than 35 years of wide-ranging experience in civil litigation. She concentrates her legal practice primarily in the areas of employment law and housing discrimination. Ms. Epstein is also experienced in various matters involving the directors and officers of cooperatives and condominiums, their Board of Directors, and property managers.
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|James J. Wrynn, Esq. | Former Superintendent of the New York State Insurance Department | Hearing Officer | NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation)
James Wrynn brings more than 30 years of professional experience as an attorney, regulator, executive and strategic advisor in the domestic and global insurance and regulatory sectors. He has garnered a reputation as a premier authority on domestic and global insurance regulation and related strategic and risk management matters. Prior to joining NAM, Mr. Wrynn served in a number of roles throughout his career, including as the 40th and last Superintendent of Insurance in the State of New York. He was also heavily involved in creation of the New York State Department of Financial Services and was its first Deputy Superintendent.
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