Breaking the Impasse in Private & Court Mediations


Breaking the Impasse in Private & Court Mediations

Recorded On 01/06/2022


Join NYCLA’s ADR Committee for a discussion from our expert panel about how to break an impasse in private and court-annexed mediations. Using 3 different scenarios, our panelists will act out how they would handle the matter in both the private and court-annexed mediation setting. After each reenactment, there will be a panel discussion and critique of the methods used and finally our panelists will provide their tips and techniques as well as answer any questions from the audience.


Program Co-sponsor: NYCLA’s ADR Committee

Program Chairs: Christopher Fladgate and Elan Weinreb, Co-chairs, Nelson Timken, Vice-chair NYCLA’s ADR Committee

Faculty: Simeon Baum; Resolve Mediation Services; Alida Camp, ADR Offices of Alida Camp; Pierre F. de Ravel d’Esclapon, Arbitrator and Mediator, Special Master Appellate Division, NYS Supreme Court; Christopher Fladgate, Garson, Segal, Steinmetz, Fladgate LLP; Dorothy C. Kaldi, Esq., Mediator; Stephen A. Hochman,; Charles M. Newman, Charles M. Newman Law, Mediation and Arbitration; Federica Romanelli, Administrator, Part 137 Fee Dispute Resolution Program, NYCLA; Nelson E. Timken, Timken ADR; Elan E. Weinreb, The Weinreb Law Firm PLLC


4 NY CLE Credits; 4 Skills


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