General Questions Archives - ADR Systems

ADR Systems


How should I prepare for a remote session with ADR Systems?

May 19, 2020

Little about the mediation or arbitration process changes when a session is conducted via remote options instead of in person; our case managers, administrative staff and neutrals work with you and your client in much the same way. That being said, attorneys should follow a short checklist to confirm they and their clients are ready […]

Read More

Which videoconferencing tool is right for my case?

May 13, 2020

Each of the remote options we offer have helped our clients settle their disputes. Your case manager will assist you in selecting the best option for your case.  You will not be charged any addition fee when choosing to do your mediation or arbitration remotely. Zoom is the most commonly used remote option among our […]

Read More

What precautions does ADR Systems take to ensure remote mediations and arbitrations on Zoom are secure and private?

April 15, 2020

Parties in a mediation or arbitration via a Zoom videoconference will wait in a waiting room until admitted to the videoconference by the neutral who hosts the videoconference. While Zoom account holders can forgo this feature, ADR Systems’ videoconferences will always utilize it to prevent unwanted persons from accessing one of our Zoom videoconferences. ADR […]

Read More

What are your technical capabilities?

February 21, 2020

In addition to secure videoconferencing capabilities provided through Zoom and Skype, we provide WI-FI, wireless printing and have large screen projection capabilities.

Read More

How do I pay my bill?

February 21, 2020

Our clients can pay their bills through a variety of methods. You can mail a check payable to ADR Systems at 20 North Clark Street, Floor 29, Chicago, IL 60602. You can pay your bill via a credit card. VISA, Mastercard, Discover and American Express are accepted with a 3.0% processing fee. You can pay […]

Read More

I recently engaged Judge Gomolinski to mediate a case that was not factually or legally complicated, but other factors — including the amount of the lien and the position of the lienholder — made the case a challenge to resolve. This case would not have settled but for the efforts of Judge Gomolinski. He was prepared, knew all the relevant facts, had a command of the pertinent law and demonstrated a level of competence and experience that deeply resonated. I believe I can speak for opposing counsel in saying that we believe we reached a fair, reasonable agreement thanks to Judge Gomolinski.

Juan M. AndersonBryce Downey & Lenkov, LLC