Posted on Sep 08, 2020 |News

New York, NY (September 8, 2020) – NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation), one of the nation's leading providers of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services, is pleased to announce that after a remarkable career as Justice of the NYS Appellate Division, First Department, Hon. David B. Saxe has joined NAM's esteemed panel of neutrals.

Judge Saxe is one of the most honored and respected members of New York's legal community.  While on the bench, he presided over a vast range of commercial matters and disputes relating to contracts, corporate finance, insurance/reinsurance matters, business torts, construction, employment, real property, matrimonial/family law, medical malpractice, product liability, intellectual property, land use and zoning and environmental law.  He is considered to be one of the most prolific and frequently cited judges in the state, having authored over 900 decisions throughout his career, in addition to numerous articles and essays for various legal publications.

Since transitioning to private Alternative Dispute Resolution, Judge Saxe has brought unparalleled judicial insight, wisdom and experience to every matter that he is asked to mediate and/or arbitrate. As a neutral, he has mediated and arbitrated complex commercial, high-end matrimonial-related disputes, insurance and real estate disputes.  He is known for his ability to clearly and expeditiously identify the issues at hand and to provide fair and reasonable solutions. 

Roy Israel, President and CEO of NAM, stated, “It's an honor to welcome Justice Saxe to NAM's highly regarded panel of neutrals.   Coming from the appellate bench, Justice Saxe has the judicial instincts and extraordinary legal experience to arbitrate and mediate a wide range of commercial matters. He has a stellar reputation throughout the legal community and is known for his patient and unbiased approach when assisting parties with the settlement of their cases. I am certain he will serve NAM's clients well.”   

Judge Saxe is available to arbitrate and mediate matters throughout the United States.