What Every Healthcare Lawyer Needs to Know About Arbitration and Mediation
Sponsored by: Dallas Bar Association
October 15, 2014 | 12:00 PM
Spotlight on JAMS Panelist: Cecilia Morgan, Esq.
Healthcare is a rapidly evolving practice area, with ever-changing laws and regulations that seem to shift the legal landscape quicker now more than ever before. Attorneys like you who represent clients in the field must be sophisticated and adaptable, as do alternative dispute resolution providers who work with litigants to resolve their cases.
We hope you’re able to attend the Dallas Bar Association’s Health Law Section program titled “What Every Healthcare Lawyer Needs to Know About Arbitration and Mediation - An Interactive Dialogue on the New AHLA Service and Peer Review.” Co-presented by JAMS neutral Cecilia Morgan, Esq. and Geoff Drucker, Manager of Dispute Resolution Services for the American Health Lawyers Association, the program is scheduled for Wednesday, October 15 at 12:00 p.m. at the Belo Mansion.
The program will cover the AHLA’s updated dispute resolution options. It will also offer an overview of JAMS’ updated arbitration rules, which provide efficient procedures that incorporate the latest trends and developments in arbitration to best suit the needs of healthcare practitioners and their clients.
For further details and to register, please visit the DBA's website.
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