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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    582 2452 Go to Upcoming Event List Making the Most of Commercial and Real Estate ADR Representing Your Clients in Arbitration and Mediation Tuesday March 1 2016 5 30 p m 9 00 p m Touro Law School Faculty Conference Room Barristers Dining Room 225 Eastview Drive Central Islip NY 11722 Pricing Dispute Resolution Section Members 40 NYSBA Members 80 Non Members 125 Student Members 10 Non Student Members 25 Touro Law School Students Free This program qualifies for 3 0 MLCE Credit Hours in the Skills This program is transitional and qualifies for Newly Admitted Attorneys Register Now Many attorneys whether newly admitted or practicing for decades find themselves representing clients in ADR proceedings for the first time without having had prior training This program seeks to fill this gap with panelists who are neutrals informing the audience about significant characteristics differences and opportunities for practitioners in commercial and real estate arbitration and mediation proceedings Speakers Professor Hal Abramson Esq Touro College Of Law Lisa Renee Pomerantz Esq Lisa Renee Pomerantz Attorney At Law Erica B Garay Esq Meyer Suozzi English Klein P C David J Abeshouse Esq Law Office of David J Abeshouse For questions contact Beth Gould

    Original URL path: http://www.nysdra.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=776151 (2016-02-13)
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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    6 30 PM Where Map this event EAC Inc Long Island Dispute Resolution Centers LIDRC 60 Plant Avenue 11788 Presenter Gene A Johnson Jr Contact Nicole Szaty 631 265 0490 ext 204 Go to Upcoming Event List CLICK HERE FOR FULL PAGE FLYER Export to Your Calendar Time not importing correctly You may need to adjust the event times in your calendar application for variations in daylight saving time DST

    Original URL path: http://www.nysdra.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=749406 (2016-02-13)
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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    2016 9 00 AM 5 30 PM Where Map this event Mediation Matters 10 N Russell Road 2nd Floor Conference Room 12206 Presenter Elena Sapora Contact Amy Alfonso 518 584 6361 Go to Upcoming Event List CLICK HERE FOR FULL PAGE FLYER Export to Your Calendar Time not importing correctly You may need to adjust the event times in your calendar application for variations in daylight saving time DST or

    Original URL path: http://www.nysdra.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=743889 (2016-02-13)
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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    cultural humility and its role in mediation This training is for mediators who are affiliated with a Community Dispute Resolution Center CDRC Trainers Jasmin S Brandowis a facilitator committed to empowering people through intentional conversations about identity awareness and impact She earned a B A in Sociology from the University at Albany SUNY and an M A in Political Science from the Nelson A Rockefeller College of Public Affairs During her graduate career Jasmin completed a fellowship with the Center for Women Government and Civil Society and wrote a policy on respect and interpersonal behavior for the New York State Office of Mental Health From 2007 2012 she worked across multiple divisions ofNew York State Unified Court System including the Offices of Workforce Diversity and Alternative Dispute Resolution and Court Improvement Programs During this time her efforts were focused on policy and projects related to preventing workplace violence increasing access to justice and eliminating disparities in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems Over the last three years Jasmin has studied and taught yoga at a traditional school and created children s educational tools centered on self improvement Rebecca Koch Trainer Facilitator and Mediator Former Liaison for NYS Unified Court System Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution and Court Improvements programs to statewide Community Dispute Resolution Centers Since 2005 Rebecca has worked within the CDRC network in various capacities Rebecca approaches conflict as an opportunity and is grateful for the chance to support people and groups in having constructive conversations The focus of this training will be teaching the core skill and attitude of cultural humility facilitating self reflection and self critique creating awareness of how culture affects communication enhancing listening skills mindfulness and attentiveness increasing mediator competency Location Courtyard Newburgh 4 Governor Drive Newburgh NY 12550 Contact Angela Francis at

    Original URL path: http://www.nysdra.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=764576 (2016-02-13)
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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    Training This training program at the Center for Dispute Settlement CDS is designed as an overview of arbitration and the arbitration process The training will address the types of arbitration and arbitration s place in the ADR continuum It will look in detail at the arbitration hearing process and the areas of issues and remedies witness testimony standards of proof types evidence and their assessment arbitration briefs arbitrator record keeping and evaluation leading to the preparation of the arbitration award The training will also focus on the law governing arbitration in New York State with particular emphasis on those elements of the law of importance to arbitrators and the arbitration process The application of arbitration to Lemon Law and Divorce will be discussed Additionally the training will present the principles of deciding and writing arbitration awards with emphasis on legal and procedural requirements of the award award format writing style addressing threshold arbitrability questions use of boilerplate language consideration and evaluation of posthearing briefs the controlling nature of the issue and the permissible scope of remedies Participants will be encouraged to raise questions and engage in discussion of the material throughout the training presentation Presenter Stephen P LaLonde Labor Employment

    Original URL path: http://www.nysdra.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=772814 (2016-02-13)
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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    Dispute Resolution Center of CCFMC is proud to present Practicing Cultural Humility Training This six hour advanced training is centered on the actual practice of Cultural Humility to allow mediators a chance to better understand the connection between cultural humility and their role as mediators This training will also show mediators how they can explore a more expanded definition of culture providing a more in depth study of cultural humility and offer more opportunities for mediators to learn how to practice this in mediations as well as their own lives Date Saturday March 12 2016 Location Dispute Resolution Center of CCFMC 1 Kimball Street Amsterdam NY 12010 Time 8 30am to 4 00pm Trainers Rebecca Koch Jasmin Brandow COST 25 Continental breakfast lunch and all materials will be included Seating is limited so register early Registration deadline March 1 2016 Please make checks payable to CCFMC with mediation on the memo lineand send by March 1 2016 to Dispute Resolution Center of CCFMC 1 Kimball Street Amsterdam NY 12010 To register or if you have any questions please contact Dispute Resolution Center of Catholic Charities of Fulton Montgomery Counties 518 842 4202 Ext 3133 or 3164 stephanie bornt cc fmc

    Original URL path: http://www.nysdra.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=760231 (2016-02-13)
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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    practical and ethical perspectives and will discuss advantages and disadvantages of these styles The instructors will focus on experiential learning through role plays and dialogue to help prepare you for the real world of commercial mediation 24 CLE credits Includes continental breakfast lunch coffee and program materials 845 for NYSBA Members 795 for Dispute Resolution Section members and 945 for Non Members To Register Go to www nysba org drs or call 518 487 5630 TOPICS SKILLS Cultivating ideal Mediator orientation attitude awareness Effective Preparation Effective Communication Deep Listening Skills Effective Openings Maximizing Opportunities in Joint Session Wise Caucusing Power Risk Analysis art timing tact in engaging in evaluative processes Impasse Breaking Coming to Closure Theoretical tools to Grasp the underlying Negotiation Mediation Ethics Attorney Party Roles in Mediation Co sponsored by the Fordham Law School ADR Conflict Resolution Program For nearly two decades the Commercial Division of New York s Supreme Court has provided focused training for its highly qualified panel of mediators That same training is being offered now for the fifth year in a row through the Dispute Resolution Section of NYSBA presented by the original trainers mediators supported by a team of highly experienced mediators acting as facilitators Praise from Court Participants for this Commercial Mediation Training Thanks to you we are confident that these new mediators bring to their role a strong grasp of mediation techniques and genuine understanding of the diverse issues they may confront They can achieve the best results for the parties if they have a solid foundation in mediation and that you have provided them Hon Jacqueline W Silbermann retired then Administrative Judge 1 st Judicial District Y our work on this project was magnificent Hon Stephen G Crane retired then Administrative Judge 1 st Judicial District PROGRAM DIRECTORS AND PRESENTERS SIMEON H BAUM ESQ Mr Baum has practiced law in New York City for over 30 years as a commercial and general civil litigator and has served as a neutral since the early 1990s He is a principal of the firm of Simeon H Baum Esq and President of Resolve Mediation Services Inc www mediators com He was the founding Chair of the New York State Bar Association s Dispute Resolution Section and has conducted over 1 000 mediations including numerous commercial disputes Mr Baum has taught lectured and written extensively on ADR including teaching Fundamentals of ADR at New York University s School of Continuing and Professional Development and negotiation mediation and processes of dispute resolution at the Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law He was selected as Lawyer of the Year for ADR in New York by Best Lawyers for 2011 and 2014 STEPHEN A HOCHMAN ESQ Mr Hochman practiced law for over 40 years specializing in corporate commercial and securities law He has mediated over 350 commercial and other types of disputes including class actions and financial employment insurance real estate partnership and bankruptcy disputes approximately 98 of which have settled Mr Hochman now practices exclusively as

    Original URL path: http://www.nysdra.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=749057 (2016-02-13)
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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    emotional and spiritually uplifting training experience Open to school administrators faculty students and other staff interested in implementing restorative practices in their schools Training Topics Classroom and climate support Creating a restorative community in your classroom for engaged academic discussions meaningful community building and restorative classroom management Restorative conferencing for discipline Teaching the conferencing methodology for behavioral issues administrative superintendent hearings and restorative disciplinary outcomes Other topics to be addressed Restorative conversations Making one on one restorative interventions with students successful RJ circle processes for faculty Improving faculty engagement and morale through restorative circles RJ reentry process for student transitions and return from suspensions Developing Circles of Support and Accountability CoSA for students who have been suspended and expelled Post suspensions movement between buildings change of status RJ for special education issues Making IEPs more effective through restorative practices Restorative parenting Training and support groups to educate parents and build partnerships RJ for coaches and extracurricular clubs organizations Team management and problem solving support for coaches and advisors to help student groups maintain sobriety Peer facilitation training Training and support for student led restorative processes Meet the Trainer Duke Fisher Learning Laboratories 2618 State Highway 7 Bainbridge New York 607 967 5917 mediator trainer gmail com Duke Fisher has been a trainer of conflict resolution since 1988 Duke is a straight talking tireless advocate for respectful collaborative conflict resolution and gets his point across through the use of wisecracks good films and experiential exercises known to encourage groups to have fun take risks and learn from each other Duke is the lead trainer for the Skidmore College Project on Restorative Justice bringing restorative practices to schools and universities nationwide In 1999 he founded Learning Laboratories an independent training venture that finds creative ways to address difficult topics including workshops on

    Original URL path: http://www.nysdra.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=713916 (2016-02-13)
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