How to Maintain a Successful ADR Practice in the Age of COVID and Beyond


How to Maintain a Successful ADR Practice in the Age of COVID and Beyond

Recorded On 12/07/2020


Join NYCLA’s ADR Committee for PART 2 of its discussion on the Business of an ADR Practice — Maintaining an ADR Practice. Topics to be discussed include:

  • How Has COVID Changed ADR Practice
  • Cybersecurity Best Practices and Insurance Considerations in the Age of COVID
  • Running an ADR Practice: Solo or Partnership; Are 2 Better than 1?
  • Retainers, Invoicing, Payment Plans, Dealing with Accounts Receivable
  • Never Stop Learning as we Move Toward the Future
  • Evolving as a Professional in the Age of COVID: Broadening Your Niche Practice Area; Retooling; Spotting Trends
  • AND MORE!!!!!



Program Co-sponsorNYCLA’s ADR Committee

Program Co-chairs: Elan Weinreb and Christopher Fladgate, Co-Chairs and Nelson Timken, Vice-Chair, NYCLA’s ADR Committee Faculty: Joseph Bambara, UCNY, Inc.; Jess Bunshaft, Synergist Mediation; Theo Cheng, ADR Office of Theo Cheng; Greg Cooke, Vice President, Sales & Client Management,, USI  Affinity; Hon. Marilyn K. Genoa, Synergist Mediation; Jennifer Lupo, Lupo Law, Arbitration & MediationPLLC; Charles M. Newman, Law and Mediation Offices of Charles M. Newman; Michael Starr, Michael Starr Mediation Services



2.5 NY CLE Credits; 2.5 Skills


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