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Mediation for the Design Professional

November 3, 2021; 1 PM – 2:30 PM ET (10 AM – 11:30 AM PT)

Mediation is a cost-effective dispute resolution vehicle commonly used in clashes involving design professionals. It can also be used as a mechanism to better understand the claims and respective positions of the other parties to a dispute before or during litigation.

Jacqueline Pons-Bunney, Esq. and Peter Stacy, Esq., respected construction attorneys who run the new Practice Coach service for AIA members, present an overview of the benefits of mediation as a non-binding dispute resolution vehicle to help members better understand the role of the mediator and how to prepare for mediation, and next steps if mediation fails – and more.  This webinar will provide design professionals insight into how mediation is used to resolve claims or to further the investigation of complex issues commonly found in construction-related litigation. Registration is free of charge to all AIA members and attendees will receive 1.5 AIA Continuing Education Credits.

Register: https://aia.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3dxCh6EeT4iENst3-grmVQ




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