Resolute Mediator Michael Starr Writes Article on How Mediation Differs from A Judicial Settlement Conference
Michael Starr’s article on How Mediation Differs from a Judicial Settlement Conference was recently published in the New York Law Journal’s Special Report on ADR. Michael has over 30-year’s experience in complex civil litigation, concentrating on employment and labor-related lawsuits, but extending as well to a full range of commercial matters. A fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, Mr. Starr has served as a court-appointed mediator or early neutral evaluator for 25 years for federal and state courts in New York City. He is well respected professionally by both sides of the bar and is known for his effectiveness in helping the parties achieve a resolution of their disputes.
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