The expense and delays associated with the trial of civil matters
often make litigation an impractical method for resolving disputes. Particularly
when the matter at issue inolves real estate, it is useful for parties to find
the shortest route to resolution. In addition to the time and money saved, the
choice to address real estate related disputes via the mediation process allows
for creative solutions, preservation of the relationship between adversaries,
and is less impactful on the ongoing business at hand.
This program will not only provide substantive mediation tips and
best practices useful for the new mediator, but will also delve into more
complex real estate specific topics -- in the context of the mediation
Specific attention will be given to Construction Disputes, Boundary Disputes,
Easements, Zoning and Planning Disputes, Environmental Regulations, Commercial
Lease Disputes, Condominium Association Disputes, Probate and Trust matters, and
Family Owned Property Disputes.
I. Useful Mediation Concepts and Techniques (Getting to Yes)
II. Mediation of Construction Matters
III. An Analysis of Sample Contract Clauses That Are Ripe for Mediation
IV. Matters in Real Estate that Are Appropriate for Mediation
V. Mock Mediation Session
Hon. Rudolph Kass (ret.)
Richard H. Goldman, Esq. (Program
Sullivan & Worcester LLP
MWI - Real Estate & Construction Panel
David E. Wilson, Esq.
Corwin & Corwin LLP
BBA Member - $130.00
BBA Member - Legal Services/ Government Lawyer - $70.00
Student - $30.00
If the cost of this program would preclude you from attending, please
contact us about tuition discounts.