Message from the chairs (PDF)
LISTEN HERE: Improving Your Effectiveness in Mediation (Audio Download)
About the Program
Program Materials (PPT)
Effective dispute resolution is becoming increasingly important no matter what size firm you are in or what type of law you practice. This program will feature a panel discussion regarding practical tips & advice for handling mediation. The panel will also discuss the real world issues of diversity and inclusion, including generational and gender biases.
Fact patterns will be distributed to call participants in advance of the call. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the programming.
Alternatively, you may submit your questions in advance, by April 26, 2013, to the Chairs of the Litigation Committee: Adrian Felixat firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Mor Wetzler email@example.com (please reference “Improving Your Effectiveness in Mediation Teleconference” in the subject of your email).
Cat DiPaolo, Trenam Kemker, Tampa, FL (YLD Litigation Committee Vice-Chair)
Dedra Newman Castle, Level Mediation, LLC, FL, GA & LA
Jay Frank Castle, Level Mediation, LLC, FL, GA & LA
Hon. Joseph N. Casciato (Ret.), ADR Systems of America, Chicago, IL
LISTEN HERE: Getting It In: Expert Testimony (CLE Audio Download)
About the Program
This program, which is a continuation of the Litigation Committee’s Evidence Series, features a panel discussion regarding the use of expert witness testimony, including when and how to retain an expert, the admission/exclusion of expert testimony at trial, and important ethical considerations in using expert testimony.
Amy L. Hurwitz, Carlton Fields, P.A., Miami, FL Mor Wetzler, Paul Hastings LLP, New York, NY Adrian K. Felix, Carlton Fields, P.A., Miami, FL