Three Cybersecurity Questions to Ask Before a Remote Mediation - ADR Systems

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Hon. F. Keith Brown, (Ret.), senior mediator and arbitrator at ADR Systems, and Michael Koss, ADR Systems’ Business Development & Marketing Assistant Manager, recently published an article in Law360 titled Three Cybersecurity Questions to Ask Before a Remote Mediation, which reviews cybersecurity considerations for attorneys as they ready for remote dispute resolution proceedings.

Remote options for dispute resolution have provided attorneys a means by which they can resolve disputes despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic; however, these virtual settings are not without risks to privacy and confidentiality. Attorneys should be prepared to ask ADR providers a variety of questions about how remote sessions work to safeguard client information and satisfy ethical standards of the profession as they prepare to mediate or arbitrate a case remotely.

Read the full article on Law360’s website here.

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Hon. F. Keith Brown, (Ret.) has extensive experience in settling personal injury, workers’ compensation and commercial matters. As a mediator, he is known for his keen ability to easily connect with people and promote productive communications between all parties. Judge Brown is a beloved pillar of the community, who has been recognized numerous times for community service.

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Judge F. Keith Brown did a great job settling a very tough, complicated multi-party case that involved both personal injury and commercial matters.  ADR Systems is our first and best choice for alternative dispute resolution.  This is because of the quality and effectiveness of their neutrals, and the terrific service supplied by their staff.

Glen Amundsen, Esq.Chairman - Executive Committee, SmithAmundsen, LLC