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Sido to be Panelist at 52nd Annual Meeting of Invited Attorneys

Sido to be Panelist at 52nd Annual Meeting of Invited Attorneys

May 3, 2013

Kevin Sido, Esq. will be speaking at the 52nd Annual Meeting of Invited Attorneys on May 10, 2013, in Austin, TX as one of two panelists in a discussion entitled “How to Make Arbitration More Meaningful and Effective.” The Meeting is co-sponsored by Victor O. Schinnerer Co. and CNA Insurance. It is an annual meeting for attorneys who represent design professionals.

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Casciato Speaks at ABA Young Lawyers Teleconference

Casciato Speaks at ABA Young Lawyers Teleconference

May 1, 2013

Hon. Joseph N. Casciato (Ret.), senior mediator and arbitrator with ADR Systems, will be a featured speaker in the ABA Young Lawyers Division Teleconference, entitled “Improving Your Effectiveness in Mediation," on Friday, May 3, 2013.

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Hon. Stuart A. Nudelman, (Ret.) Speaks at National ADR Forum

Hon. Stuart A. Nudelman, (Ret.) Speaks at National ADR Forum

March 1, 2013

The 2013 ABA Spring Forum on alternative dispute resolution in Washington D.C. will feature Hon. Stuart Nudelman, (Ret.), senior mediator and arbitrator with ADR Systems. The meeting kicks off on Wednesday, April 24th, with the National ADR Forum, an all-day CLE program with a keynote luncheon address by renowned mediator Kenneth Feinberg and panels of nationally recognized and prolific mediators and arbitrators.

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Hon. Philip L. Bronstein Speaks on Arbitration for Commercial Disputes: Unfulfilled Potential and a Second Chance

Hon. Philip L. Bronstein Speaks on Arbitration for Commercial Disputes: Unfulfilled Potential and a Second Chance

February 14, 2013

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 […]

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Judge Burke successfully mediated a complicated case with little chance of being resolved.  He read every word of the parties' submissions, asked astute questions, and worked hard to find a path to resolution.  Judge Burke communicated with the parties themselves - so that they felt they were important participants in working toward resolution. The case I thought was never going to settle, settled.

Robert W. Smyth, Jr., Esq.Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth
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