Last November, the New York Times ran three front page stories and a follow-up editorial criticizing big business for “forcing” consumers and employees to arbitrate disputes in forums that are stacked against them. In his February 8, 2016 piece for the New York Law Journal, Neal M. Eiseman writes that, as a result of this.
Brian Farkas, an associate at Goetz Fitzpatrick, spoke at a symposium on January 29, 2016 on “ADR and the Young Lawyer.” The symposium, co-sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of Business Law and New York Law School, explored the ways in which young lawyers should be trained on alternative dispute resolution (or “ADR”) methods..
Neal M. Eiseman has been competitively selected for the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals for 2016. The National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals is an elite a professional association whose membership consists of attorneys “distinguished by their hands-on experience in the field of civil and commercial conflict resolution and by their.
Michael R. Fleishman won a major victory on behalf of a building owner in Brooklyn whose property was damaged by a neighbor’s construction. In Pfeffer v. 170 North 5th Street Associates, LLC et al., the defendants — a neighbor and his contractor and subcontractor — performed negligent excavation work on the foundation of its building..