NEWS - Press Release

DECEMBER 17, 2008

JUDGE W. DENIS DONOVAN SIGNS WITH NAM AND JOINS ITS NEW YORK PANEL


NAM is pleased to announce that effective January 1, 2009, Honorable W. Denis Donovan has joined NAM's panel and will be available to mediate and arbitrate matters throughout the New York metropolitan area.

As a well-known and highly respected public servant, Judge Donovan was elected to consecutive 14-year terms as a Supreme Court Justice representing the Counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess and Putnam.

Roy Israel, President and CEO of NAM, stated “NAM's primary focus is to seek out those individuals with impeccable credentials and outstanding reputations. As such, we are delighted to have formed an affiliation with Judge Donovan as he is uniformly respected, and considered by many to be among the most knowledgeable and highly regarded Supreme Court Justices. Judge Donovan's addition to our roster is a way for him to continue to serve the community, while at the same time, NAM's clients will be afforded the services of a highly skilled individual to facilitate the resolution of their disputes in a private forum.”

Judge Donovan joins many other NAM judges that served within the northern metro-New York region before affiliating with NAM, including Hon. Ralph A. Beisner, Hon. Matthew F. Coppola, Hon. John P. DiBlasi, Hon. George Friedman, Hon. Bertram R. Gelfand, Hon. Joseph N. Giamboi, Hon. Anthony J. Mercorella, Hon. Louis C. Palella, Hon. John M. Perone and the Hon. Donald J. Sullivan.

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