MICHAEL P. CARBONE is a Chief Mediator who has also served as arbitrator and judicial arbitrator. Its dispute resolution practices have been implemented over a period of more than 25 years and cover a wide range of areas. His exceptional combination of transaction and litigation experience allows him to handle complex litigation and other difficult cases. Michael is an author and speaker on alternative dispute resolution issues. He publishes a monthly newsletter entitled “Resolving It” which provides timely advice on successful mediation strategies and discusses current issues, such as commercial arbitration reform and E-Discovery mediation. He is the founder and former president of the Mediation Society and a member of many other professional organizations, including the Academy of Court-Appointed Masters, the Dispute Resolution of the American Bar Association and the Association of TrialEs Lawyers. Michael resolves business and business, real estate disputes, labour rights, construction applications and defects, estate and trust issues, insurance issues, offences, corporate and corporate disputes, and assault cases. As a judicial arbitrator, he has performed a number of duties, including the sale and appreciation of real estate and the assessment of the maintenance and management issues of the loyalty manual.
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