Professor Thomas Stipanowich Presents "Combinations and Permutations: Creating a Solution-Driven Dispute Resolution Process" at College of Commercial Arbitrators 20th Annual Meeting and Forum
On November 30, Professor Thomas J. Stipanowich presented '2020 Foresight – New Options and Ideas for the Challenges Ahead: Creating User-Driven Dispute Resolution Mechanisms," at the 20th Annual Meeting and Forum of the College of Commercial Arbitrators (CCA).
The CCA / International Mediation Institute / Straus Institute Task Force on Mixed Mode Dispute Resolution was created by the CCA and its partner organizations to develop mechanisms geared at improving the means being used to resolve disputes by combining existing means of dispute resolution and creating new ones. Professor Stipanowich's interactive panel discussed the work of the Task Force and how it can be implemented by companies and neutrals.
The CCA, composed of nationally and internationally recognized commercial arbitrators, promotes the highest standards of integrity, professionalism and practice in the field of commercial arbitration. CCA hosted its 20th Annual Meeting virtually followed by the CCA Forum featuring sessions, October 30 through December 4, 2020. The event was sponsored by JAMS.
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