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Section of Dispute Resolution: Early Dispute Resolution Task Force

Section of Dispute Resolution:
Early Dispute Resolution Task Force


Who We Are

We are a group of dispute resolution professionals committed to the development, promotion and use of structured processes to resolve disputes in their earliest stages. The EDR Task Force has compiled many resources to assist neutrals and advocates interested in planned early dispute resolution. View the Resource Page here.

More About Us

Task Force Members:

Beth Trent

International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution
New York, NY

Kim Taylor

JAMS
New York, NY

Eric O. English

Resolution Strategies LLP
Portland, Oregon

Richard Fincher

Workplace Resolutions LLC

Phoenix, AZ

Anne Jordan, Chair

Jordan Associates

Chicago, IL

Peter Benner

PWB LLC

Paul Lurie

Schiff Hardin

Chicago, IL

Steve Roof

Roof & Associates

Coral Gables, Florida

Peter R. Silverman

Shumaker
Toledo, Ohio

Richard Lord

Upchurch Watson White & Max

Maitland, FL

Conna Weiner

Boston, MA

Les Wharton

Chief Legal Officer

Deerfield Beach, FL

Mark Lehockey

San Francisco, CA

Leadership

Committee Roster  


Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    Getting the Winning Edge For Your Client: ADR in Sports

    05/02/2017-05/02/2017

    Getting the Winning Edge For Your Client: ADR in Sports

    When Participants Are a Handful

    05/09/2017-05/09/2017

    Program Description : Mediation participantsincluding lawyers as well as their clientssometimes act out in unproductive or disruptive ways. How can amediator effectively handle such challenges? A panel of mediators will discuss the kinds of problems that can arise and offer advice from experience. ...

    Class Action Waivers and Arbitration Agreements

    05/11/2017-05/11/2017

    The use of class and collective action waivers in employment arbitration agreements has grown substantially in the last few years and has generated controversy. Opinions such as Concepcion have issued from the Supreme Court, and it has agreed to review conflicting circuit court decisions on the issue ...


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Modified by Gina Brown on November 16, 2016

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