- Press Release
JUNE 16, 2011
ROBERT ADAMS, ESQ. JOINS NAM'S PANEL OF DISTINGUISHED HEARING OFFICERS
NAM is pleased to announce that Robert Adams, Esq., former Senior Vice-President Risk Management, Tishman Construction Corporation, has joined NAM and is available to arbitrate and mediate cases throughout the New York metropolitan area.
Roy Israel, NAM President and CEO, stated: "I am very pleased that Bob Adams has joined NAM's panel. His vast experience as a practicing attorney and SVP of Risk Management for Tishman, as well as his avid support of alternative dispute resolution, makes him uniquely qualified to offer his mediation and arbitration services to NAM's clients. He is well-liked and admired by both the plaintiff and defense bars and is a great addition to NAM's exceptional panel of hearing officers."
Bob Adams has had a long and distinguished career in the legal profession. As SVP Risk Management for Tishman, he was responsible for managing all aspects of litigation, from inception to trial, and frequently participated in mediations and settlement conferences on behalf of the company for matters pending throughout the United States. Prior to joining Tishman, he was a senior equity partner at the national law firm of Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman and Dicker, where he managed a varied international practice. He has handled highly complex, high-exposure cases in areas such as labor law, construction, personal/catastrophic injury, products liability, premises liability and insurance coverage disputes.
Bob Adams is considered an exceptional negotiator who is highly respected by both the plaintiff and defense bars.
Headquartered in Garden City, New York, National Arbitration and Mediation, Inc. (NAM) is one of the nation's leading dispute resolution institutions, offering cost-effective alternatives to expensive and often time-consuming litigation. Founded in 1992, NAM has a nationwide panel of nearly 2,500 top-tier former judges and practicing specialists uniquely qualified to resolve legal matters in a private forum.
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