The Arbitration Section presents
Distilling the Most Crucial Lesson Learned From Four Decades of Settling High Stakes Complex Disputes
||Monday, March 8, 2021
||12:00 - 1:15 p.m.
When mediation devolves to simply carrying offers and
demands back and forth you may not be getting the mileage
your clients deserve. In this webinar, we will deconstruct a
simple redesign - redirecting the dialectic of the adversarial
process into a more productive evaluative dialogue - that
has been successfully applied to resolve thousands of complex
real world disputes both domestically and internationally,
in the commercial context and beyond. Participants will
receive an outline of the process and have the opportunity
to submit questions and observations in advance to, assure
relevancy to your practice.
- Redirecting the adversarial process into a productive evaluative dialogue
- Strategies to better prepare for mediation (from a mediator’s perspective)
- Effective advocacy in the mediation process
John S. Worden, Venable and Mark LeHocky, ADR Services, Inc.
Event Code: G214105
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