TULSA Accord Mediation & Arbitration has been formed in Tulsa to offer alternative dispute resolution services
in the Tulsa and Oklahoma City areas.<br />Accord Mediation & Arbitration has been formed in Tulsa to offer alternative dispute resolution services
in the Tulsa and Oklahoma City areas.<br />Ted Sherwood, John McCormick and Hugh Robert are mediators with the firm.<br />Sherwood is president of the firm.
The proposed circular also said that a case filed in any of the originating bureau or an appeal to the DG shall be submitted to the BLA's Alternative Dispute Resolution Services
(ADRS) immediately after the filing of the answer or comment to the appeal.
Consumers' access to alternative dispute resolution services
will be improved to avoid costly court hearings, and a set of principles to improve the service that vulnerable consumers, including those with mental health issues, can expect to receive will be drawn up under the plans.
Founded in 1979, JAMS is the largest private provider of alternative dispute resolution services
. With Resolution Centers worldwide, JAMS and its more than 300 full-time, exclusive mediators and arbitrators, are responsible for resolving the world's most important cases.
Such senior judge may be associated with entities that are solely engaged in offering mediation or other alternative dispute resolution services
but that are not otherwise engaged in the practice of law.
Webb is the principal of Healthcare Neutral, LLC, providing alternative dispute resolution services
to the health care industry.
Along with the trial court judge, the panel will include Michael Zimmerman, the former chief justice of the Utah Supreme Court who now serves as an arbitrator of complex commercial disputes, including high-stakes franchise cases, and Linda Singer, a leading JAMS, The Resolution Experts (a private provider of alternative dispute resolution services
) mediator and arbitrator based in Washington, D.C.
The courts offer a variety of alternative dispute resolution services
, use advanced IT systems to increase efficiency and transparency, and make important information about the courts easily accessible to the public.
The AAA is by far the largest provider of alternative dispute resolution services
in the U.S.
(For this information, users of this course would be advised to also refer to the AICPA's Consulting Services Practice Aid, 99-1, "Alternative Dispute Resolution Services
." The aid contains a number of useful checklists and a list of helpful articles.)
“I am fortunate to work in an industry where I can provide services and guidance to people who are in need of legal advice and alternative dispute resolution services
. I'm very grateful to have been recognized as I am passionate about helping people resolve complex legal differences.”