Attorney Todd Stearn to Moderate Alternative Dispute Resolution Panel

Posted By Law Offices of Todd J. Stearn, P.C. || 26-Jun-2018

On September 27th, 2018, the State Bar of Michigan Negligence Law Section will be hosting an Alternative Dispute Resolution panel as part of its annual meeting. The educational forum will feature a retired Judge and three highly-credential mediators. It will also be moderated by Attorney Todd Stearn of the Law Offices of Todd J. Stearn, P.C. in Oakland County, Michigan.

As the moderator for the Alternative Dispute Resolution, Attorney Stearn has the unique responsibility of guiding the discussion to maximize audience engagement and understanding. He will effectively be acting as the connection between the people in attendance and the experts acting on the panel. This is a highly important role trusted only to people with in-depth comprehension and experience with the topic matter.

Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR) are methods to end a legal conflict without relying on litigation. Out-of-court settlements and arbitration are two of the most popular ADRs, for example. As a personal injury attorney with more than 20 years of practice experience, Attorney Stearn knows firsthand the value of an ADR when used correctly. Keeping an injury claim away from litigation can save all parties time, money, energy, and frustrations. The purpose of the Alternative Dispute Resolution panel he will be moderating is to help legal professionals in attendance better understand the purpose of ADRs, how they can be utilized, and their general benefits.

To learn more about the Michigan State Bar Negligence Law Section, you can click here to visit the association’s official website. To retain an experienced and awarded Oakland County injury lawyer for a claim of your own, please feel free to call 248.793.9601 and connect with the Law Offices of Todd J. Stearn, P.C. Our law firm manages a wide variety of personal injury cases, such as car accidents and nursing home abuse claims . You can learn more during a free consultation .
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