Special ADR Event at New York Law School November 15


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The James F. Henry Speaker Series at New York Law School’s ADR Skills Program will offer its third event of the year on Wednesday, November 15, 2017, when CPR President Noah Hanft joins panelists Greg Gallopoulos (GC of General Dynamics) and Prof. Joan Stearns Johnsen to discuss how vital commercial contracts are “Built to Last.”

It’s never been more important that transactional attorneys think though conflict contingencies to ensure that critical projects go through with minimal interruption and maximum ultimate value.  The program, co-presented by New York Law School and CPR Institute, takes place at 5:30 p.m. at the School’s events center, 185 West Broadway, New York City.

A special event at this program:  James F. Henry, founder of the CPR Institute, will be in attendance to receive acknowledgement of his achievements in creating the nonprofit coalition of business and legal leaders that designed the “CPR Corporate Pledge” and brought ADR into the mainstream of American legal practice.

 

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F. Peter Phillips
F. Peter Phillips is an arbitrator and mediator practicing through Business Conflict Management in Montclair, New Jersey. He is also the Director of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Skills Program at New York Law School where, as Adjunct Professor, he teaches Alternative Dispute Resolution, Negotiation, and International Commercial Dispute Resolution. www.businessconflictmanagement.com

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