ADR Training

Arbitration and Mediation Training

american-lawMr. Healey is current on the latest developments in the arbitration and mediation of labor, employment and commercial matters, the principal areas of his expertise. In addition to his service as an arbitrator and mediator, he has received extensive professional training in arbitration and mediation in a wide range of programs offered by the American Arbitration Association, the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, and the Institute for Dispute Resolution of the University of Maryland School of Law, all as set forth below.

ARBITRATION

  • Labor Arbitrator I and II – American Arbitration Association (AAA)
  • Labor Arbitrator, 40 hours – Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
  • Arbitrating a Difficult Discharge Case – AAA
  • Confronting  Arbitrability and Jurisdictional Issues in Arbitrations – AAA
  • Dealing With Delay Tactics in Arbitration – AAA
  • Disclosures, Depositions and Dispositive Motions in Employment Arbitration – AAA
  • Achieving Balance through Civil Discourse – American Bar Association
  • Chairing an Arbitration Panel – AAA
  • Pro Se: Managing Cases Involving Self-Represented Parties – AAA
  • Arbitrator Ethics & Disclosure – AAA
  • Safeguarding, Deciding & Writing Awards – AAA
  • Arbitration Fundamentals and Best Practices – AAA
  • Arbitrator Performance and Demeanor
  • Developments in Arbitration Law
  • Arbitration in IP/Technology Disputes
  • Best Practices in Franchise Arbitration
  • Motion Practice in Arbitration

MEDIATION

  • Civil Mediation, 40 hours – University of Maryland School of Law
  • Fundamentals of Effective Mediation Advocacy – AAA
  • Medion, 20 hours – U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit (5/8-10/2013)

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