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Effective Representation in a Mediation

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Effective Representation in a Mediation
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Registration & Lunch: 12:00PM-12:30PM
Program: 12:35 - 2:00PM

Andrews Kurth LLP
450 Lexington Ave (Corner of 45th Street)
15th Floor
New York, NY 10017

Sponsored by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee of the Entertainment Arts & Sports Law Section of the New York State Bar Association

Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee Chair: Judith B. Prowda, Esq.

Speaker: Simeon H. Baum, Esq.

Simeon H. Baum, Esq. is President of Resolve Mediation Services, Inc. (www.mediators.com). Mr. Baum has mediated over 1,000 disputes, including the Studio Daniel Libeskind-Silverstein Properties dispute over architectural fees relating to the redevelopment of the World Trade Center site and Trump's $ 1 billion suit over the West Side Hudson River development. Since 2005 he has annually been selected for New York Magazine's "Best Lawyers" and "New York Super Lawyers" listings for ADR, and was chosen Best Lawyers' Lawyer of the Year for ADR in New York for 2011. He teaches Negotiation Theory & Skills at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, and is a frequent speaker and trainer on ADR.

In this interactive program, our guest speaker, Simeon H. Baum, Esq., the founding Chair of NYSBA's Dispute Resolution Section and an experienced mediator, will guide us though the steps in a mediation. How can we, as lawyers, represent our clients effectively in a mediation? What do we need to understand about the nature and potential of the mediation process in order to make the most out of this opportunity?

1.5 MCLE Credit in Professional Practice & Skills is Pending Approval

Register Today: www.nysba.org/EASLADRProgram

For More Information: bgould@nysba.org

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