Hanan M. Isaacs Presents Mediator Ethics Workshop at NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education’s ADR Day XIV: From the Court House and Beyond, New Brunswick, NJ.

Friday, June 3, 2011

New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education


The Changing Culture of ADR: From the Court House and Beyond

The 14th annual conference is the premier, daylong, and statewide conference for Alternative Dispute Resolution professionals: negotiators, mediators, arbitrators and neutral experts, with special presentations and interactive workshops on today’s cutting-edge ADR issues.

It is a “must attend” event for all attorneys, arbitrators, mediators and other professionals who want to enhance their conflict management techniques.

The Conference Sessions are taught by highly authoritative national and state experts, providing proven practice tips, CLE credits, and a comprehensive conference handbook.

Hanan M. Isaacs, a lawyer, mediator, and arbitrator, and a Supreme Court Certified Matrimonial Law Specialist, will be conducting a program on Divorce Mediation Ethics.

He will present one of the three Ethics Panels that afternoon. Mr. Isaacs’s panel will discuss ethics for mediators in Family and Divorce Mediation.

The other ethics panels include John Sands, Esq., a full-time labor and employment arbitrator and mediator, presenting on Arbitrator Ethics.

Robert Margulies, Esq., a civil litigator who also is a mediator and arbitrator, will present on Ethics for Civil Case Mediators.

When: The program is on Friday, June 3, 2011, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Where: At the NJ Law Center, New Brunswick, NJ

Hanan M. Isaacs is a mediator, arbitrator, and trial lawyer with offices in Kingston, New Jersey. An experienced commercial and personal injury arbitrator, formerly for the American Arbitration Association’s New Jersey Regional Office, Mr. Isaacs is also an Accredited Professional Mediator (“APM”) in general civil and divorce matters by the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators (“NJAPM”). He served as NJAPM’s President for the 1999 to 2001 term. His law practice emphasizes employment litigation, business litigation, personal injury law, family law, and alternative dispute resolution in those fields. He is also a long-time member of the NJSBA Family Law Section.