Jennifer Morrow, MDR is scheduled to present “Leadership is a Full Contact Sport: Dealing with Conflict in the Workplace” at the National Council of Structural Engineers Association’s (NCSEA) Winter Leadership Forum, March 20-21, 2014 in Napa, CA. She speaks alongside ADR Systems senior mediator and arbitrator, Kevin Sido, Esq., who will present “So You’ve Been Sued – Now What?” They will also give a joint presentation, entitled “Managing the Cost of Conflict: Mediation Arbitration or Litigation?” For more information on the Forum, click here.
Ms. Morrow is the Executive Director of Commercial Services at ADR Systems. She has been working in the alternative dispute resolution field since 1995 and completed her Master’s Degree in Dispute Resolution in 2000. Having mediated cases herself, Ms. Morrow brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her role as Executive Director. She oversees the day-to-day operations of the Commercial Division, consults with law firms and companies on the effective use of mediation, arbitration and all types of dispute resolution processes including complex, multi-party case management.
For Ms. Morrow’s bio, click here.
Kevin Sido, Esq. is a senior mediator and arbitrator at ADR Systems, with both litigation and ADR experience in commercial disputes. He is an approved mediator for the Circuit Court of Cook County Court-Annexed Major Case Civil Mediation Program and a former arbitrator in this program. He has served many years on the Panel of Construction Arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association. For more than 38 years, Mr. Sido has practiced in litigation and as transactional counsel for design and construction professionals, condominium directors and officers, lawyers, real estate professionals and school officials. His practice has also included insurance coverage analysis and policy drafting as well as broad aspects of a civil trial practice. Mr. Sido applies his expertise as a trial lawyer to the counseling and transactional needs of his clients.
For Mr. Sido’s bio, click here.