Dave Scriven-Young is a commercial and environmental litigator in the Chicago office of Peckar & Abramson, which...
Experts and companies often see alternative dispute resolution as a sensible, cost effective way to resolve matters out of court. For all of those purported efficiencies for businesses, individual plaintiffs and their families often mistrust ADR and want their day in court. So how do you get clients to trust the arbitration or mediation process? And what should attorneys do to effectively navigate ADR and persuade arbitrators and mediators?
To discuss these issues, host Dave Scriven-Young is joined by attorney and guest, Kenneth Nolan. Ken is an attorney at Speiser Krause specializing in aviation personal injury and wrongful death litigation and trials. He has represented families in major aviation tragedies, as well as approximately 125 victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks before the Victim Compensation Board. Ken also has authored over 50 articles in The New York Times, as well as several other publications. He is the author of “A Streetwise Guide to Litigation”, which provides a practical approach to life and law involving all aspects of litigation, from attracting business to trying a case.