Ethics Issues in Mediation
Hosted by Practical Law
Please Join Us...
Either online or in-person at Jenner & Block's New York Office
Ethical issues can trip up even the most seasoned participants in mediation. Confidentiality is a particularly challenging aspect of mediation, and can pose any number of different and nuanced challenges. On February 8, join Practical Law, the International Institute on Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR), and Jenner & Block, as mediation experts Richard Ziegler, Noah Hanft, and Bernadette Miragliotta explore the contours of ethics in mediation.
During this webinar, the panel will address hypothetical mediation circumstances that illustrate multiple ethical issues with a particular emphasis on confidentiality questions - How far can a mediator go in facilitating constructive discussions between the parties when the mediator has committed to keep one side’s objectives confidential from the other? When can a party exploit an opposing party’s misconduct during the mediation? Can a mediator be compelled to testify about a party’s mediation positions?
A short Q&A session will follow. Reserve your spot today!
To reserve online with Practical Law, click the REGISTER box to the right.
To reserve to attend in person at Jenner & Block's NY office, please send an email to RSVP@jenner.com along with your contact information, affiliation and the name of the event you are registering for, "Ethics Issues in Mediation--In Person Attendance."
CLE credit is pending in multiple states.
Richard F. Ziegler, Partner, Jenner & Block LLP
Noah J. Hanft, President and CEO, International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution
Bernadette Miragliotta, Senior Litigation Counsel, American Express Company
Steven Skulnik, Senior Legal Editor, Practical Law Litigation Services, (Moderator)