Nuts & Bolts Series: Alternative Dispute Resolution - Arbitration and Mediation (1.0 General Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


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This program is worth 1.0 General Participatory Credit.

Duane Horning, Esq.
Dan Holsenback, Esq.

Virtually every business attorney at some point must counsel a client on the nature and advisability of implementing, or responding to, arbitration or mediation. Please join us for this practical overview of ADR in which we will discuss the ADR process including cost, time, and other considerations, drafting ADR provisions and common misconceptions and traps for the unwary. Both seasoned attorneys and those new to this topic will benefit from this program.

Duane S. Horning
Mr. Horning has been litigating complex business matters since 1994, which follows 14 years’ experience in business, real estate and government before practicing law. He was a commercial real estate broker and developer in Phoenix, Arizona, and...More
J. Daniel Holsenback, Esq.
J. Daniel Holsenback, Esq. brings over 25 years of legal experience as a civil trial lawyer and in- house counsel to his ADR practice. As a full-time neutral, Mr. Holsenback mediates disputes in areas ranging from real estate to intellectual...More

Originally Published

February 15, 2017

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution - Arbitration and Mediation - Video
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution - Arbitration and Mediation - Paper

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