ARBITRATION & MEDIATION
Friday, October 23, 2015
Washington State Convention Center • Seattle
1 Day • 2 Seminars
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Energizing Your Arbitration
Morning • 8:20am-12:00pm
3.25 CLE Credits Approved
Chairpersons: Sam Elder & Crystal McDonald
8:20 – 8:30 Welcome
Crystal McDonald, Silverdale Attorney
Sam Elder, Kirland Attorney
8:30 – 9:15 A Refresher Course on the Various Types of Arbitrations: An overview and requirements.
Shelly Speir, Tacoma Attorney
9:15 – 10:00 Spring into Action and Present a Successful Case: MAR, UIM, private, employment demands. Decisions on presenting evidence, documents you need in advance, etc.
Nikhil Bavariya, Seattle Attorney
10:00 – 10:15 Break
10:15-10:45 Putting New Life into Your Arbitration Presentation: A perspective from an arbitrator.
Scott Holte, Mukilteo Attorney
10:45 – 11:15 Dissecting the Defense’s Dance: A perspective from a defense attorney.
Mary Owen, Seattle Attorney
11:15 – 12:00 Strengthening Your Case After an Arbitration: Do novos, enforcement .
Jason Epstein, Bellevue Attorney
Jared Stueckle, Bellevue Attorney
As with Acupuncture.... Get to the Point!
Afternoon • 12:20pm-3:45pm
3.00 CLE Credits Approved (includes 0.50 Ethics)
Chairpersons: Jean Magladry & Mike Maxwell
12:20-12:30 Welcome & Introduction
Mike Maxwell, Seminar co-chair, Bellevue Attorney
Jean Magladry, Seminar co-chair, Bellevue Attorney
12:30-1:00 What’s Going On in the Other Room?
Rhonda Laumann, Seattle attorney
1:00-1:30 Be Prepared: The key to successful mediation.
Teri Justice, Bellevue Attorney
1:30-2:00 Bad Faith Claims in Mediation.
Faye Wong, Mercer Island Attorney
2:15-2:45 Managing Client Expectations and Preparing the Client to Participate.
Niomi Drake, Bellevue Attorney
2:45-3:15 Whether to Mediate: What is the attorney’s motivation to recommend mediation?
3:15-3:45 Ethical Considerations in Mediation.