Preventing, Mitigating and Resolving the Business Impacts of Coronavirus/COVID-19 with ADR Presented by Practising Law Institute
Our globalized economy is suffering due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As a great number of businesses feel the impact of virus-related disruption—and the very real associated losses—disputes will develop and insurance claims will be made under a variety of policies from first party property to liability, from pollution to travel and accident and health. Learn about the range of potential Coronavirus related insurance impacts and how insurance-focused dispute resolution neutrals can play a helpful role in working through the complex dynamics of a new global phenomenon. Through proactive intervention and mediation, issues can be worked through and resolved earlier than you might think. Arbitration will allow for binding, confidential and expeditious rulings outside of court. Features that make ADR attractive under normal circumstances—flexibility, confidentiality and collaborative problem solving—may become even more alluring when dealing with Coronavirus disputes.
Peter H. Woodin, JAMS (Moderator)
Andrew S. Nadolna, JAMS
Kristin V. Gallagher, Kennedys Law
Lorelie S. Masters, Hunton Andrews Kurth
CLE Credit Available