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Successful Mediation: Moving from Gridlock to Settlement

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Date Published

May 11, 2021

Publisher

New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers

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Summary

Appellate Division Justice Jeffrey Cohen (Ret.) and Mediator/trial attorney James Borkowski will discuss the current status and outlook for the New York State court system, including recent developments, and the benefits of mediating both pre-trial and appellate cases. Justice Cohen and Mr. Borkowski will examine the mediation process and provide tips and recommendations for practitioners. Attendees will also learn how to avoid ethical pitfalls while conducting mediations.

 

Presented By:

Hon. Jeffrey A. Cohen (Ret.)

James W. Borkowski, Esq.

 

1 Skills Credit

 

*Suitable for Experienced and Newly Admitted Attorneys

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Presenters

James W. Borkowski, Esq.


Hon. Jeffrey A Cohen, (Ret.)


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How to Attend

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