March 24, 2017
NEW YORK – The Seventh Annual Mass Torts Judicial Forum, led by Hon. Marina Corodemus (Ret.), will feature some of the nation’s leading ADR and legal Mass Torts voices. This year will mark the first year Judge Corodemus will preside over this prestigious event as a neutral with JAMS, the world's largest private arbitration and mediation provider. The one-day conference is on Monday, April 3 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City.
It is a pleasure to preside over an event that will provide so much needed information covered by some of the most respected neutrals, judges and attorneys in the Mass Torts field.
-Hon. Marina Corodemus (Ret.), JAMS Neutral, Program Chair, and Moderator of "Ethics in Mass Torts" Session
Judge Corodemus is a highly experienced and coveted special master who has overseen class actions, mass torts, environmental contamination, natural resource damages, products liability, consumer fraud and serious aggregate litigation. She served more than 10 years as New Jersey’s sole Mass Tort Judge.
The conference will also feature other respected JAMS neutrals, including Hon. Richard A. Levie (Ret.), Hon. Gerald E. Rosen (Ret.), Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin (Ret.) and Cathy Yanni.
This conference has been gaining in momentum and esteem every year. We are pleased to be affiliated with the Forum through Judge Corodemus, who is now a JAMS neutral, and the other respected JAMS neutrals who are on the faculty. It is great for JAMS to be associated with such a highly regarded event.
-Chris Poole, JAMS President and CEO
Other topics include “E-Discovery in Mass Tort Litigation,” “Settlements,” “Sex Discrimination in Mass Torts,” “The Media and Mass Torts,” “Insurance of Mass Torts” and more. For additional information, or to register for the conference, visit here.
Founded in 1979, JAMS is the largest private provider of mediation and arbitration services worldwide. With Resolution Centers nationwide and abroad, JAMS and its nearly 350 exclusive neutrals are responsible for resolving thousands of the world’s important cases. JAMS may be reached at 800-352-5267.