Ethics in Mediation

Beyond Client Confidentiality and Conflicts of Interest

Note: Two hours of ethics credit will be applied for. 
 
Ethical issues in mediation may typically be associated with confidentiality and conflicts of interest. However, there are a broader range of challenges that attorneys face, in both preparing for, and participating in mediation, which involve a much wider range of issues. Please join us at this CLE seminar geared to provide you with practical tips regarding how to navigate the myriad of ethical issues in mediation - both with your client (plaintiff or defendant) and the mediator. We are honored to have mediators Jeffrey M. Batchelor, Batchelor Mediation + Arbitration, and Eric O. English, Resolution Strategies LLP, as well as Dayna E. Underhill, partner at Holland & Knight LLP to serve as our panel of experts for this not to miss year-end ethics CLE.  
 
For more information: Contact Adrian Brown, US Attorney's Office at 503.727.1000. For registration questions, contact the MBA at 503.222.3275.

Date & Time
Thursday, December 06, 2018, 3:00pm-5:00pm
Location
World Trade Center, Mezzanine, 26 SW Salmon St.
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