Resolving Federal Cases Using ADR
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9/5/2019
When: Thursday, September 5, 2019
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM CT
Where: Scott Conference Center
6450 Pine St
Omaha, Nebraska  68106
United States


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MCLE Accreditation
NE MCLE #180149; IA MCLE #333320. 2.0 CLE Credit Hours (Live/Regular)
NE MCLE #180148; IA MCLE #333321. 2.0 CLE Credit Hours (Distance Learning)
NOW APPROVED FOR 1.0 CME HOUR FOR MEDIATORS
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Registration Fees
$130 - Regular registration
$100 - NSBA voluntary dues-paying member
FREE - Law student


Who should attend?
Any lawyers involved with mediation or arbitration in federal or state courts or administrative tribunals.

Use of mediation and arbitration in federal law disputes, as well as in state and administrative tribunals, continues to grow as dockets remain crowded and as clients look for faster and cheaper ways to resolve disputes while preserving important relationships. Two experienced practitioners will discuss the use of mediation and arbitration, including the processes for each, how they differ and when each is used, the role of the lawyers in both situations, how federal case ADR compares to state cases, and what courts expect from the processes.

2:00 pm   

Part 1 – Making the Most of your Mediation
Michael Mullin, Kutak Rock LLP

In part one of this seminar, go-to mediator Mike Mullin will discuss how to maximize the benefits of mediation.

3:00 pm  

Part 2 - Arbitration 101
D.C. “Woody” Bradford III, Houghton Bradford, PC LL0

In part two of this seminar, attendees will learn about arbitration from start to fi nish, what to expect at the hearing, how arbitration differs from the federal court process, and the growing use of arbitration in state and administrative tribunals.

4:00 pm
 

Federal Law Section Meeting

Everyone is invited to stay for a brief NSBA Federal Law Section meeting and to visit with colleagues. If you’re interested in knowing more about the Federal Law Section, or getting involved, this is the time!