Remote Dispute Resolution is Here to Stay as Work Life Changes - ADR Systems

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Hon. Brigid M. McGrath, (Ret.), senior mediator and arbitrator at ADR Systems, and Michael Koss, ADR Systems’ Business Development & Marketing Assistant Manager, recently wrote an article for the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin titled “Remote dispute resolution is here to stay as work life changes.”

At the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) providers transposed their services to online, videoconferencing formats. In their article, Judge McGrath and Mr. Koss write about how the logistical and financial convenience of remote sessions, coupled with emerging technology trends in the legal profession and the persistent threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, are likely to encourage the use of remote options for dispute resolution in the long term.

Read the full article here.

Judge McGrath has handled complex commercial and personal injury case types throughout her 34-year legal and judicial career, including professional malpractice, medical malpractice, insurance coverage and product liability matters. As a senior mediator and arbitrator, she is skilled at diffusing conflict and identifying root causes of disputes. Counsel know Judge McGrath will prepare thoroughly for every case and work diligently toward resolution.

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