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Revisiting and Reexamining: "Confidentiality in the Age of Online Mediations: Points to Ponder" (1 General Credit; 1 Ethics Credit; 1 CME Credit) - Indy Store

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Revisiting and Reexamining: "Confidentiality in the Age of Online Mediations: Points to Ponder" (1 General Credit; 1 Ethics Credit; 1 CME Credit)

Date: 12/09/2020

CLE Hour(s)
General Credit - 1 Hour
Ethics Credit - 1 Hour
CME Credit - 1 Hour
NLS Credit - 0 Hour

 

Continuing Legal Education

Many confidentiality and discovery issues come along with conducting mediations on virtual platforms like Zoom, especially since participants are sometimes in different states with different laws that govern mediation confidentiality.

Tune in to this program with John Trimble of Lewis Wagner as we revisit a recent program presented by the Association of Attorney Mediators. John will provides substantive commentary as the panelists discuss the enforceability of confidentiality agreements, the conflicts of laws principles that arise with multi-state mediations, the potential liability for confidentiality breaches of which mediators must be aware and other salient issues.

Featuring
Danielle Hargrove, DLH ADR Solutions PLLC; Michael Leech, Michael J. Leech, PC; Jeff Kichaven, Jeff Kichaven Commercial Mediation; Jean Lawler, Lawler ADR Services

Moderated by: Jimmy Lawson, James D. Lawson PC

Substantive commentary provided by: John Trimble, Lewis Wagner LLP

 

NOTE: Once you review the program in its entirety, the IndyBar will report all credits earned within 10 days of completion directly to the Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education. Posting by the Indiana CLE Commission of the credit to your CLE transcript may take 30 days. Additionally, there are codes provided to the live audience during this webinar to verify attendance.  Those viewing this recording do not need to report those codes.


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