JAMES J. WRYNN, ESQ. INVITED TO SPEAK AT THE ATLANTA BAR ASSOCIATION'S DISPUTE RESOLUTION SECTION
Posted on Apr 30, 2021 |CLE Events
New York, NY (April 30, 2021) – NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation), one of the nation's leading providers of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services, is pleased to announce that NAM's Chief Commercial Officer and neutral, James J. Wrynn, Esq., has been invited to speak at the Atlanta Bar Association's Dispute Resolution Section. The virtual meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 5th beginning at 8:30 a.m. EST.
Mr. Wrynn will introduce attendees to NAM and how Alternative Dispute Resolution is an effective means to resolve disputes. He will also address the kinds of disputes that are good choices for ADR, how the pandemic has severely limited court operations and how NAM has filled that void. He will also delve into how NAM successfully pivoted from in-person hearings to virtual ones and how parties and counsel are finding it quicker and more cost-effective.
Mr. Wrynn will also present how a major benefit of ADR is that the process is flexible – parties have the freedom to choose their own Arbitrator/Mediator with the requisite subject matter experience and can choose the procedural and discovery rules that may apply to their dispute. The procedure is much quicker than litigation, is significantly less expensive, is confidential, allows all parties to be heard, and is more likely to preserve existing relationships (business and/or social).
About James J. Wrynn, Esq.
Mr. Wrynn has more than 35 years of professional experience as an attorney, regulator, executive, strategic advisor and board member in the domestic and global insurance and reinsurance sectors. As the 40th and last Superintendent of the New York State Insurance Department, Mr. Wrynn managed and streamlined the operations of both the New York State Insurance Department (NYSID) and the New York Liquidation Bureau (NYLB) and oversaw multi- million-dollar budgets that included hundreds of employees and the regulation of nearly 1,800 insurance companies and more than 375,000 individual insurance licensees. Additionally, he sits on the Board of Directors of numerous insurance companies in the United States, European Union and Bermuda. He also facilitated the merger of the NYS Insurance and Banking Departments into the new Department of Financial Services and served as the Executive Director of the New York State Insurance Fund.