Webinar: Significant ADR Cases in the Second Quarter of 2022
July 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Panelists Paul Dubow and James (Jim) Madison return for another in their series of case law updates related to mediation and arbitration. The speakers will provide their thoughtful analysis and discussion of the most interesting ADR cases decided since April 2022. All litigators involved in mediations and arbitrations are welcomed to join in this free series on ADR case law updates presented by the ADR Committee of the Litigation Section!
Paul Dubow is an arbitrator and mediator, based in Walnut Creek. He specializes in employment, ERISA withdrawal liability, commercial law. legal malpractice, and securities matters. He is one of the founders and a former president of The Mediation Society of San Francisco, a former president and current board member of the California Dispute Resolution Council, a former chair of the State Bar Task Force on Complex Litigation and the Arbitration Committees of the ABA Dispute Resolution and Litigation Sections, State Bar Business Law Section, and Contra Costa County Bar Association, and a fellow and former board member of the College of Commercial Arbitrators. He was also a member of the Judicial Council committee that developed standards for mediators in court connected mediations and the committee that initially developed the employment rules for the American Arbitration Association. He is a member of the editorial board of California Litigation, of the Litigation Section.
James R. (Jim) Madison is an arbitrator, mediator, dispute resolution board neutral and expert in arbitrator ethics. He specializes in construction, employment, technology, and other business disputes. Madison is a member of the Large Complex Case, Employment, International and Mediator Panels of the American Arbitration Association. He is a fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators; a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals; a tech panelist and board member of the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center; and a board members and past president of the California Dispute Resolution Council, which advocates for fair, effective and accessible ADR processes; a frequent writer and speaker on arbitration; and an instructor in trial advocacy at Stanford University Law School. He received both a B.S. in Civil Engineering and an LL.B. from Stanford.