Speakers Hon. Elizabeth D. Laporte (Ret., N.D. Cal), JAMS Shirish Gupta, Esq., JAMS Mark LeHocky, Esq., ADR Services, Inc.
Moderator Mark Punzalan, Chan Punzalan LLP
Mediations are perhaps the most effective form of ADR for litigators to resolve hotly-contested disputes and litigation. Although these mediations have traditionally been conducted in person, mediators have adapted and are now conducting mediations virtually. Our panel of experienced mediators will provide their tips for litigators on how to effectively conduct a remote mediation.
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