Judge Nudelman to Participate in Litigation Panel at Midwest Construction Defect & Dispute Conference

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Hon. Stuart Nudelman, (Ret.), will participate in a panel at the upcoming Midwest Construction Defect & Dispute Conference.

The session, titled “Complex Construction Defect Litigation – What Does It Look Like,” will cover frequent issues that arise during litigation, including economic loss, coverage and indemnity.

“Attendees can expect to walk away with a better understanding of how mediation and arbitration processes work and the process of mediation in construction defect litigation,” Judge Nudelman said. “Litigation can be extremely time consuming and can take company personnel away from running the business. On the other hand, mediation offers the opportunity for a faster and less costly path to dispute resolution.”

Judge Nudelman will present alongside Hon. Jean Golden and Hon. Brigid Mary McGrath, both of whom serve as associate judges in the Circuit Court of Cook County.

“Judge Golden and Judge McGrath are very experienced and have terrific reputations,” Judge Nudelman said. “With two sitting judges and one retired judge, attendees will be able to hear perspectives regarding litigation that reaches trial, as well as mediation and arbitration options.”

The panel will take place from 2:55pm – 4:25pm at the Loyola University Chicago School of Law on May 20th.

Register for the one-day conference.

Judge Nudelman is a senior mediator and arbitrator at ADR Systems. He is highly experienced in commercial, personal injury and complex construction matters, among many others. He has resolved more than 2,000 mediations and arbitrations throughout the United States in the past eight years.

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