The INs and OUTs of Virtual ADR Presented by Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Northeast
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Virtual mediations and arbitrations have become the reality for many in-house professionals these days. No more the temporary fix to resolving business disputes, while we work remotely, the efficiency & effectiveness of virtual ADR is here to stay! What are the lessons learned from virtual dispute resolution during the COVID-19 pandemic and how can in-house lawyers leverage these learning to drive future successful dispute resolutions?
ACC Northeast and JAMS invites you to this webinar to hear from practitioners on the pros and cons of virtual ADR and what they have learned in 2020. Our panel will offer insights on preparation, strategy, settlement examples and best practices on key practical considerations to ensure a successful process.
For those new to virtual ADR, this webinar will help demystify the process and familiarize you with settlement procedures. For those more experienced, our panel will discuss trends (resolution rate is much higher) and the lessons learned from this form of virtual communication.
Kristen Schuck | JAMS Boston Business Manager
Hon. Nancy Holtz (Ret.) | JAMS
Hon. Bonnie MacLeod (Ret.) | JAMS
Caroline Turcotte | Staples
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Founded in 1979, JAMS is the largest private provider of alternative dispute resolution services worldwide. JAMS successfully resolves business and legal disputes by providing efficient, cost-effective and impartial ways of overcoming barriers at any stage of conflict. JAMS offers customized, in-person, virtual and hybrid dispute resolution services through a combination of first class client service, the latest technology, top-notch facilities, and highly trained mediators and arbitrators. More information about JAMS is available on our About Us page, and you can connect with us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook as well as our JAMS ADR blog.