PROGRAMS

 

Natalia Zibibbo, Michael Lampert

Nelson Gallardo, Knar Nahikian

Practical Applications of AI in Dispute Resolution – What You Need to Know.  Online – June 13, 2024 | 12pm-1pm ET.  AI and Dispute Resolution – Webinar Series presented by CPR Institute’s Y-ADR Steering Committee and the CPR Technology Advisory Alliance.

Martin Valasek, Deborah Mastin, Michael Lampert, Elisabeth Preston in Toronto

CanArbWeek 2024  CPR Canada – In-House Counsel Wishlist: Practicalities of Utilizing Dispute Prevention and Management Boards,

taking place in Toronto, June 4, 2024

 CPR Council’s  Regional Meeting in Atlanta, May 8th, 2024. Panel: Using Dispute Boards Across Industries.  Discussed the new CPR Dispute Prevention & Management Board rules. They are intended for parties that want an accelerated, streamlined early dispute avoidance and mitigation process, designed to result in consensual resolution of unanticipated issues and disputes. If unsuccessful, then delivery of a decision within a short, specified period during the progress of a long-term commercial partnership.  Baker Donelson hosted.

Mike & Natasha Richardson (CPR) in Atlanta

Vis Competition judge, Vienna, Austria 23-25 March 2024

The Annual Conference of the CIArb Scottish Branch at the RSE in Edinburgh on 14th March 2024.  Mike was on the last panel, ‘Scotland for Arbitration: Progress since 2010 and the future.’

Interim measures in institutional arbitration versus ad hoc , online on 8 March 2024 (Friday) from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST, hosted by the Stanford International Arbitration Association. Topics included: (i) Pre-Tribunal Emergency Relief in International Commercial Arbitration;  (ii) Expedited Formation of Arbitral Tribunal (Sole Arbitrator Appointment);  (iii) Comparative Analysis of Institutional Rules on Emergency Relief and Expedited Procedure;  (iv) Future Trends and Best Practices in International Arbitration. 

Hybrid Mediations and Arbitrations, NY State Bar Association, 2023 Annual Meeting, Dispute Resolution Section, January 18, 2023

NYS BA DR SEction

William H. Crosby, Jr., Jay Safer, Lisa Love,  Elizabeth Shampnoi, Mike – NYSBA

Tough Calls and Recovery Issues in Arbitration, ADR Committee of the Commercial & Federal Litigation Section of the New York State Bar Association (panelist)  6 December 2022 12:30 PM

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) Mediation Symposium 2022. Panelist at its (virtual) Miami Hub (registration required), 6 October 2022. 

Mock Hearing-International Senior Executive Restrictive Covenant and Confidential Information Litigation, a panel of the  Risk, Reward and Reputation Management Issues for Senior Executives & Founders program sponsored by the International Forum of Senior Executive Advisors in London on June 14, 2022  

London: David Fisher (chair), Diya Sen Gupta, Jonathan Cohen, Selwyn Block (UK Judge), me (US Judge), Jennifer Platzkere Snyder, Amit Bindra

Co-moderator, Members Forum – Thorny and Topical Issues of Arbitration Law or Practice, CIArbNY, May 26, 2022

Tutor, CIArb Accelerated Route to Fellowship, December 8-9, 2023,  August 19-20, 2021

SVAMC Corporate Counsel ADR Clinic Webinar No. 3 | Internal and External Disagreements: Is Resolving Them Really Different?
March 24, 2021  (video link to program Mike moderated)

Best Practices for Negotiating, Mediating and Settling Employment Related Litigations – Fordham Law School Bridge the Gap
January 15, 2021

Arbitrators in 3-D: Death, Disability and Disqualification
October 25, 2019 – Harvard Law School

Mike HIALSA
Mike at Harvard

Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in Employment, (ELA) London, 9 October 2018)   –    (my paper here)

International Restrictive Covenants, London, 27 September 2018

Kelly Bunting, Jonathan Cohen, Michael Lampert, Andrew Taggart, Gordon Barr, Antonella Lo Sinno
FinServ Covenant Panel London 2018

Panelist: Getting what You Asked For: Managing a Fast and Efficient Arbitration, ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference, NY, NY April 6, 2016

PUBLICATIONS

The Singapore Convention on Mediated Settlements and New York’s CPLR: What Do—or Should—They Have in Common?, NYSBA New York Dispute Resolution Lawyer, March,  2022, Vol. 15,  No. 1, p. 37

Is It Time to Modernize Witness Statements in Arbitration?, Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation (CPR), July/August, 2021 

Remedying a Slip in an Award, Practical Law Arbitration Blog, 18 May, 2021

What Mediators Want, ACC Docket, May, 2021

The Functus Officio Problem in Modern Arbitration and a Proposed Solution, NYC Bar Report (drafting subcommittee member), April 2021

What Arbitrators Want, ACC Docket, March, 2021

The Role of Personality in Choosing Outside Counsel, ACC Docket, March 2020

Arbitrators in 3-D: Death, Disability and Disqualification,  NY Dispute Resolution Lawyer Fall, 2019; with Peter Pettibone, The Death, Disability or Disqualification of an Arbitrator, Commercial Arbitration (КОММЕРЧЕСКИЙ АРБИТРАЖ) July-December 2020

Disclosure of third party funding: a continuing duty?  Practical Law Arbitration Blog, June 28, 2019

When Arbitrators Underestimate: The Unintended Consequences of Presuming that Counsel’s Intentional Omissions Were Unintentional, Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation (CPR), October, 2018 ; AAA Dispute Resolution Journal Vol. 73, No. 4

Making Arbitration More Appealing, ACC-Docket, May 2017; NY Dispute Resolution Lawyer Fall, 2017

When the Deal Goes South – Dispute Negotiation [in IP] ALI-ABA 2005

Internet and Personal Jurisdiction NJ Lawyer Magazine 1999