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ADR Systems’ senior mediator and arbitrator Hon. Philip L. Bronstein, (Ret.) will join a panel of distinguished speakers to discuss how lawyers and their business clients can capitalize on the unfulfilled potential of arbitration to resolve commercial disputes.

This panel will discuss how the advent of modern arbitration for commercial disputes began with much fanfare as a cost-effective dispute resolution process for business. However, despite some success that potential remains unfulfilled. The panel shares its international and U.S. arbitration experience to demonstrate how business can relate to arbitration through the use of a business-minded arbitration clause, which will result in a better-managed dispute resolution process. The discussion promotes, with some simple changes, the use of arbitration by business to resolve disputes as a flexible, cost effective process, in contrast to the public court system.

Date: March 14, 2013
Title: “Commercial Dispute Arbitration from the Business Perspective: Promise Unfulfilled & a Second Chance ”
Presenters: Hon. Phillip Bronstein, (Ret.), Gerry DeNotto, Esq., and Joseph Fogel, Esq.
Location: Richard J. Daley Center, Courtroom 1905
Time: 12 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.
Moderator: Hon. Allen S. Goldberg, Law Division

To schedule a case with Judge Bronstein, please call 312.960.2260.

For Judge Bronstein’s complete biography, click here.

I want to express our firm’s appreciation to ADR Systems for providing us with an outstanding CLE program.  I received numerous positive comments from our partners; everyone thought that the Hon. F. Keith Brown, Patrick E. McGann, and Stuart A. Nudelman provided us with useful and interesting insights.  I think that our Chicago partners (and anyone else who might do a mediation in Chicago) would be delighted with any of them as a mediator or arbitrator.

Alan Becker, Managing PartnerLitchfield Cavo LLP