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Advocate's Perspective: Seemingly Innocuous Procedural Orders in Arbitration
 

February 19

As an arbitrator, your clients need you to manage the process fairly while taking all sides into account. This program will help you improve your case management skills by better understanding the advocate?s perspective.

This program is co-sponsored by the ADR Committee of the ABA Litigation Section

Moderator
Joan Stearns Johnsen, University of Florida Levin College of Law

Speakers
Dana Sirkis Gloor, Miles & Stockbridge PC
Matthew H. Adler, Pepper Hamilton LLP
Betsy Hellmann, Skadden Arps Meagher & Flom, LLP

 
 
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Dispute Resolution in Health Care: What's Working?
 

March 4

Top-notch mediators and arbitrators will describe the cases they are seeing and what they have learned--the easy way or the hard way--about how to get them resolved.

Moderator
Geoff Drucker, American Health Lawyers Association

Speakers
Stuart Widman, Widman Law Offices LLC
Christine Whitney, Christine C. Whitney P.A.
Cecilia H. Morgan, JAMS

 
 
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Doug Witten speaks with Larry Schooler about how his fluency in Spanish has affected the way his practice has evolved and how others in the field can position themselves to work in an increasingly diverse world.

Doug will be presenting on this topic at the 22nd Annual Dispute Resolution Spring Conference on Friday, April 24th at 1:30 pm. Register for the conference at ambar.org/Spring2020.

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