The Nelson Mullins Employment and Labor Group hosted a webinar on mediation best practices. Partners Erika Birg, Mitch Boyarsky, Taylor Tapley Daly, and Rob Sheridan joined Miles Mediation's Steve Dunn PLLC for a roundtable-style discussion providing their insight, a mediator's perspective, and an advocate's perspective on mediation goals, strategy, preparation, and presentation.
Birg helps business owners, officers, and directors protect their companies’ interests before, during, and after litigation, with experience in resolving disputes in arbitration, mediation, and state and federal courts throughout the country as a first-chair trial attorney.
Boyarsky focuses his practice on labor and employment. He advises clients in a variety of workplace subjects, particularly focused on restrictive covenant, wage and hour, executive contracts matters, transactional employment matters especially related to mergers and acquisitions, disability law compliance measures, and related employment litigation.
Daly practices in the areas of commercial litigation, product liability, dispute resolution, and collaborative law.
Sheridan's practice encompasses a variety of litigation matters, with an emphasis on litigation and counseling on federal and state labor and employment issues.
Dunn has decades of experience handling business and employment cases. He evaluates the risks of litigation and the advantages of compromise. Since becoming certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission in 2009, Dunn has helped hundreds of parties resolve their disputes and get on with their lives.
Miles Mediation is one of the largest alternative dispute resolution (ADR) providers in the country. The firm provides a comprehensive array of dispute management services aimed at helping clients manage their disputes on their own terms as much as possible.
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Established in 1897, Nelson Mullins is an Am Law 100 firm that has more than 930 attorneys and government relations professionals with offices in 15 states and Washington, D.C. For more information on the firm, go to www.nelsonmullins.com.
Wednesday, July 20, 2022
2 - 3:30 p.m. EDT
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