This program will explore the experiences of mediators using remote technology to help resolve disputes across a wide spectrum of dispute types. Including attorney and non-attorney mediators working in a variety of disputes, this one-hour panel will highlight increased access to dispute resolution – made possible by remote videoconferencing and document execution software. Additionally, the panel will highlight the reduced cost and limited disruption made possible by remote mediations, helping litigants take an increasingly proactive role in resolving their own disputes.
CME Credit: Registrants seeking CME credit for this video will need to self-submit through the AOC's ADR Portal. If needed, please use the proof of completion email as the supportive documentation in the portal.
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I liked the discussion of privacy vs Confidentiality
I enjoyed learning about the Ham County Gen Sessions ODR Portal for medical disputes.
It was particularly interesting to hear from the judge in Chattanooga and get the judicial viewpoint.