Judge Nudelman to Participate in CBA Corporate ADR Panel

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Hon. Stuart A. Nudelman, (Ret.), senior mediator and arbitrator at ADR Systems, is participating in a Chicago Bar Association (CBA) seminar titled “Win, Lose or Draw: Defining What it Means to “Win” for the Corporate Litigant and Managing the Significant Case to Get the W.”

The panel, “ADR vs. Traditional Litigation: Effective to Use of Mediation/Arbitration,” will be from 11:10am – 12:10pm. It will look at confidentiality, mediating corporate disputes and the benefits of ADR for corporate clients.

“These topics are incredibly important for attorneys, especially those working with business and commercial clients because there are so many risks involved beyond financial loss,” Judge Nudelman said. “Mediation and arbitration attempt to minimize those risks associated with going to trial and provide a satisfactory resolution.”

Other members of the panel include Jon Albright, chief legal officer of HUB International, Hon. Bernetta Bush, (Ret.), former judge in the Circuit Court of Cook County, and Frank Dery, director of PriceWaterhouseCoopers, LLP. It will be moderated by Greta Weathersby, an attorney with WEC Energy Group.

The event will be from 8:45am – 1:45pm on Friday, April 27th at the CBA, located at 321 South Plymouth Court, Chicago, Illinois. Registration is $100 for members and $175 for non-members, and lunch will be provided. Attorneys can earn four hours of Illinois Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit.

Judge Nudelman is highly experienced in commercial, personal injury and professional malpractice matters, among many others. He has resolved more than 1,500 mediations and arbitrations throughout the United States in the past eight years.

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