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Date Published

July 10, 2020


New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers


Professional Practice


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Join us for this overview on the use of ADR in matrimonial and family law disputes. Attorneys and litigants must come to understand that courthouse life in the post-pandemic world will only serve to exacerbate the problems of our historically overburdened matrimonial parts. Our experts will provide a better understanding why practitioners should strongly consider arbitration and mediation in their cases. Topics will include: drafting ADR agreements, work-arounds to limitations on authority, creating binding finality of arbitration awards and other strategies for matrimonial ADR.

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Hon. Peter B. Skelos, (Ret.)

Andrea M. Brodie, Esq.

Samuel J. Ferrara, Esq.

Gary H. Tabat, Esq.

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Fast-Tracking Matrimonial and Family Law Disputes Using ADR - Video
Fast-Tracking Matrimonial and Family Law Disputes Using ADR - Paper
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