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Amicus Mediation and Arbitration Group Offers Customers a Systemized Approach to ADR

Wednesday, August 7th, 2013

Amicus Mediation and Arbitration Group is broadening its Systemized ADR Program Design to clients in the Employment and Cyber Liability arenas to help their clients across the United States reduce their legal costs. Amicus designs and maintains systemized ADR programs for legal and claims organizations throughout the US.

Melville, NY (PRWEB) August 07, 2013

Hillary Earle, president of Amicus Mediation and Arbitration Group, is announcing the broadening of its Systemized ADR Offering, a program designed to help law firms and claims organizations significantly reduce their litigation costs by systemizing their use of mediation and arbitration.

“Alternative Dispute Resolution is proving to be the ‘magic bullet’ for reducing claims volume, litigation costs and overall risk within the legal arena” Earle says, “However, as most claims and legal organizations continue to have increased demands on their time and resources, their ability to focus on initiatives, like ADR, decreases. This program has been created for them. Only by systemizing one’s ADR approach, can a claims or legal organization realize all of the potential savings available through ADR.”

Using a 5 point approach, which incorporates training, ADR auditing, Case Identification and administration, and Metrics, Amicus helps its clients launch and maintain thriving, ADR programs.

About Amicus Mediation and Arbitration Group: Amicus Mediation & Arbitration Group, Inc. provides Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services to litigating parties throughout the United States. Amicus maintains rosters of mediators and arbitrators with expertise in the areas of personal injury/negligence, employment, commercial/labor law, construction defect, property, products liability, UIM/UM, insurance coverage, matrimonial, contract law, wrongful death, subrogation, environmental and professional malpractice. The company also helps attorneys establish their own ADR program.

Amicus also helps firms with continuing legal education. CLE breakfasts are offered periodically on ADR related topics.

Amicus offers parties located in varied venues the ability to mediate and arbitrate their cases on line through Xpedimeet.com, its webcam mediation product, and The Virtual Arbitrator (http://www.thevirtualarbitrator.com) its online arbitration equivalent.

Amicus offers Advanced Mediator Training for neutrals throughout the country seeking to elevate their skill level.

Amicus’ corporate headquarters in Melville, N.Y but the company also has offices in New York, New York and St. Louis, Missouri.

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