NAM PRESENTS CLE ON THE IMPORTANCE OF GOOD FAITH AND TRUST IN MEDIATION FOR 2019 ETHICS MARATHON
Posted on Apr 09, 2019 |CLE Events
Hon. Elizabeth Bonina, Richard P. Byrne, Esq. and Hon. John. P. DiBlasi to guide the discussion and provide real-world insights on best practices in ADR and multiple ways to obtain a good faith settlement.
New York, NY (April 3, 2019) – NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation), one of the nation's leading alternative dispute resolution (ADR) firms, in conjunction with the Association of Corporate Counsel – New York City Chapter (ACC-NYC) will present a 50-minute CLE seminar entitled In Mediation, You Gotta Have (Good) Faith, as part of the ACC-NYC 2019 Ethics Marathon. The presentation will feature NAM neutrals Hon. Elizabeth Bonina, Richard P. Byrne, Esq. and Hon. John P. DiBlasi and will take place at the Paley Center for Media, 25 West 52nd Street, New York, NY on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 from 3:40 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Successful mediators have come to learn that truth is a critical element in any successful negotiation. However, in an adversarial negotiation, trust is a relative thing. You may never come to fully trust your adversary, but that doesn't mean parties can't mutually engage in a good faith and ethical negotiation process-a simple and honest approach that is often derailed by parties looking to gain an advantage. Too many good faith negotiations are sabotaged by parties using a variety of bad faith negotiation tactics, many of which are repeated all too often and can ultimately prevent a settlement.
Attendees will benefit by hearing from three of NAM's highly-regarded neutrals and learn the skills and tactics to ameliorate the situation and obtain a good faith settlement.
Topics to be discussed include:
- Ethics and Good Faith Negotiations at Mediation
- Demands and Offers
- Settlement Terms
- Disclosure of Insurance Coverage/Disclaimer/Consent
- Conduct of Counsel During the Mediation Process
Roy Israel, President and CEO of NAM stated, “Judicial insight, knowledge of the law and a consummate understanding of ADR – all significant qualities that Richard Byrne and Judges Bonina and DiBlasi possess through their years of experience in practice and on the bench. All three have credentials that are impeccable, and all are eminently qualified to address the subject of ethics and good faith in Mediation. No doubt, their knowledge and experience will offer all who attend an intellectually informative experience.”
Learn more about NAM's ACC-NYC 2019 Ethics Marathon presentation click here.
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