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A New Article by Teresa Frisbie, Esq.

A New Article by Teresa Frisbie, Esq.

September 3, 2014

A new article by Teresa F. Frisbie, Esq., published August 21st, 2014 in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, discusses the findings of a recent research article that suggests that lawyers and their clients are still disproportionately choosing men to act as their mediators and arbitrators. Entitled, “Correcting the neutral selection bias,” the article gives a detailed […]

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Article on Marc Becker & ADR Systems, Daily Law Bulletin

Article on Marc Becker & ADR Systems, Daily Law Bulletin

August 26, 2014

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin featured a front page story about Marc Becker and ADR Systems on August 25, 2014.  The article highlights ADR Systems 20 years of history and continued success.  For more detailed information about ADR Systems story, read Our Story.

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A New Article by Teresa Frisbie, Esq.

A New Article by Teresa Frisbie, Esq.

April 24, 2014

A new article by Teresa F. Frisbie, Esq., published on April 24, 2014 in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, considers the challenges that cultural differences can pose in a mediation, particularly in the international setting.

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A New Article by Teresa Frisbie, Esq.

A New Article by Teresa Frisbie, Esq.

April 3, 2014

A new article by Teresa F. Frisbie, Esq., published on April 3, 2014 in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, considers the process of how to choose a neutral mediator. Entitled, “Settlement Week offers chance to explore mediators' differing styles," the article emphasizes the necessity of choosing a mediator suited to the true underlying issues of a case, be that substantive law or an emotional dispute.

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Premediation Preparation: A Key Component to Successful Dispute Resolution

Premediation Preparation: A Key Component to Successful Dispute Resolution

February 17, 2014

This article, written by Hon. Stuart A. Nudelman (Ret.) and Jann Johnson, and published by the American Bar Association, aims to demystify the complex high-profile mediation process through an analysis of how thorough preparation can further the goal of settlement. In particular, the mediator’s ability to be an effective leader and process manager is crucial to a successful arbitration.

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A New article by Phil Glick, Esq

A New article by Phil Glick, Esq

January 29, 2014

A new article by Phil Glick, Esq., published on December 5, 2013, in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, gives insight into the emotional components often inherent in a complex case, and the efforts required by the mediator to successfully resolve the case in the face of such non-legal issues. "Dispute resolution is rarely purely fact driven and will almost always possess some emotional element," states Mr. Glick. "Once the emotional elements and evaluation of the case are both completed, real discussion of the settlement possibilities can begin."

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Meaningful Conferences Prevent ‘Arbigation’ in Commercial Cases

Meaningful Conferences Prevent ‘Arbigation’ in Commercial Cases

November 8, 2013

This article, written by Teresa F. Frisbie, Esq., describes the increasingly negative portrayal of arbitration among attorneys and their clients, who see it as a process that is not actually more efficient or economical than litigation. Frisbie details how certain tactics, especially the use of a thorough preliminary conference, can streamline the arbitration process.

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A New Article by Martin Robins, Esq.

A New Article by Martin Robins, Esq.

November 8, 2013

A new article by Martin Robins, Esq., published on October 20, 2013 in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, gives advice to entrepreneurs and small business owners regarding appropriate intellectual property tactics and strategy. Entitled “Tips from lawyers for budding entrepreneurs” the article discusses various ways in which the IP legal policies pertinent to smaller businesses differ from those 'traditional' policies for larger corporations - including IP transactional practice, IP protection issues, and risk management.

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A New Article by Teresa F. Frisbie, Esq.

A New Article by Teresa F. Frisbie, Esq.

October 21, 2013

A new article by Teresa F. Frisbie, Esq., published on September 30, 2013 in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, helps mediators design better approaches to resolve elder disputes. Entitled, “How to mediate disputes involving the elderly,” the article discusses various ways in which elder mediations differ from other types of mediation, and how counsel and mediators should approach what are often emotionally-laden issues.

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Arbitrations Should Meet Parties’ Needs

Arbitrations Should Meet Parties’ Needs

July 31, 2012

This article, written by Irving Levinson, Esq., explains why arbitration may be better than mediation to resolve a dispute. Levinson addresses the misconception that arbitration is an arduous process, emphasizing the importance of the process being carefully structured by the parties and arbitrating body to fit each sides’ needs to ensure the best possible outcome.

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Judge Burke is an excellent mediator.  He has one of the best demeanors of any judge I have appeared before in court.  He is also one of the most knowledgeable mediators as well.  His background provides him with an innate ability to spot the issues early on.  He works hard to get it done.  I would not hesitate for a second to use him again.

Mark Bazzanella, Esq.Mark Bazzanella Law Offices