CLE Events

CLE WEBINAR: HON. ELIZABETH BONINA (Ret.) AND JENNIFER HERSCOVICI, ESQ. TO PRESENT “WOMEN IN LAW: ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY” TO THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION

Posted on Nov 24, 2021

Join Judge Bonina and Ms.Herscovici for an engaging interactive discussion on the history of women in law, past and present initiatives that affirm how women attorneys have been considerably underrepresented in courtrooms and in ADR and the changes and improvements that have been made to address these disparities.

CLE WEBINAR: RICHARD P. BYRNE, ESQ. TO PRESENT A LAWLINE SEMINAR, “THE MEANS AND METHODS OF RESOLVING COVERAGE DISPUTES IN MEDIATION”

Posted on Nov 22, 2021

This program will discuss why mediation is an advantageous forum for resolving coverage disputes, and what means and methods will offer the most favorable outcomes for your clients. Mr. Byrne will provide useful tips for understanding when mediation is a good option, navigating the underlying litigation, and preparing for the mediation process.

CLE WEBINAR: JENNIFER HERSCOVICI, ESQ. JOINS CREATIVE CAPITAL INC. TO PRESENT “NEGOTIATIONS: SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES TO GET YOUR CASE SETTLED FASTER” TO THE NYS ACADEMY OF TRIAL LAWYERS

Posted on Nov 17, 2021

This seminar will thoroughly explain techniques used by seasoned trial attorneys when negotiating settlements. The seminar will also present the perspective of a well-respected Mediator who will offer her insight as to how to effectively engage in settlement discussions so as to maximize the benefits of mediation.

CLE WEBINAR: HON. JEFFREY S. BROWN (Ret.), ELENA GREENBERG, ESQ., HON JEFFREY D. LEBOWITZ (Ret.) AND SAMUEL J. FERRARA, ESQ. INVITED BY THE ABACLE TO PRESENT “ADR IN DIVORCE: FAST-TRACKING RESOLUTIONS”

Posted on Sep 07, 2021

Successful mediators have come to learn that truth is a critical element in any successful negotiation. However, in an adversarial negotiation, trust is a relative thing. You may never come to fully trust your adversary, but that doesn’t mean parties can’t mutually engage in a good faith and ethical negotiation process-a simple and honest approach that is often derailed by parties looking to gain an advantage. The panelists will provide tips on how to use (ADR) in matrimonial matters and family law disputes.