Attorney and mediator James L. Nulman will participate on a panel addressing the topic: Maximizing Mediation Results and Overcoming Obstacles (Including your own subconscious bias) at the 2021 Construction SuperConference, December 8, in Orlando.
A full-time mediator since 2006, Nulman will moderate a panel discussion on how to achieve successful results at mediation. Specific elements to be discussed include pre-mediation preparation, opening statements, strategies to maximize success, overcoming an impasse, and understanding the role of subconscious bias in mediation.
Joining Nulman on the panel will be Bill Tinsley, attorney, Phelps Dunbar; Elise Greenspan, vice president and assistant general counsel, AECOM; and Mike Hager, managing counsel, associate vice president, HNTB Corporation.
The Construction SuperConference will be held at the J.W. Marriott in Orlando, Dec. 6 -8, 2021.
About Nulman Mediation Services
With more than 25 years of experience providing mediation services and over 25 years of experience in civil litigation, James L. Nulman is frequently recognized for his services in the area of Alternative Dispute Resolution and his commitment to enhancing the legal profession. Nulman is a Certified Circuit Civil and Appellate Mediator and a Certified U.S. District Court Mediator. He facilitates more than 200 mediations annually, ranging from two-party disputes to complex mediations of 25 or more parties. His mediation practice covers a wide range of disputes including business disputes and dissolutions, construction disputes, copyright and trademark infringements, contract disputes, employment issues, real estate disputes, medical malpractice, personal injury, and wrongful death.
For more information, visit Nulman Mediation Services.
About Construction SuperConference 2021
Now in its 35th year, the Construction SuperConference is one of the premier conferences for mid-to-senior level professionals who work in the legal and commercial construction markets. The conference provides insight for attendees in a multitude of areas from ethics to economic forecasts, and litigation strategies to effective alternative dispute resolution. The Construction SuperConference meets requirements for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits.
For more information, visit Construction SuperConference.