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Save the Date! TAPM Annual Seminar on April 3, 2020

29 Jan 2020 2:54 PM | Anonymous

TAPM's Annual Seminar is being held on April 3, 2020 at Lipscomb University Shinn Center in Nashville, TN. The keynote speaker is MYRA C. SELBY and her topic is “Mediation of Health Care Disputes” and "Race and Gender Fairness in ADR".

Ms. Selby will present advanced training on Mediation of Health Care Disputes:

• Typical Health Care Disputes – Patient Care Liability, Physician Issues, Management Services Agreements, Insurance Claims, Reimbursement

• What Makes Health Care Mediation Different?

o The players

o The playing field

o The jargon

• Mediation Process

o Convening the Mediation

o Opening Session

o The Communication

o The Negotiation o Mediation Techniques and Approaches

o Closure

She will lead a panel discussion on the following topics:

• Alternative Dispute Resolution – "the least diverse corner of the profession." Why does ADR lag other sectors and the legal profession as a whole?

• Representation of diverse groups on rosters of mediators and other dispute resolvers is significantly lower than the representation of diverse groups in the profession as a whole.

• Impact of network-based culture and lack of transparency on pool and selection of diverse mediators and neutrals.

• What efforts are underway to address the lack of diversity in alternative dispute resolution?

• ABA Resolution 105 and Tool Kit

• JAMS Diversity Pledge

• Arbitral Women

Myra C. Selby, a partner at the Indianapolis office of Ice Miller, is an experienced commercial mediator and arbitrator. She also has a broad-based law practice with a focus in corporate internal investigations, appellate practice, compliance counseling, complex litigation, risk management, strategic and other legal advice, across various industry sectors. Selby has the distinction of being both the first woman and the first African American to serve as an associate justice on the Indiana Supreme Court from 1995-1999. In 1999, the Indiana Supreme Court appointed Selby to chair its Commission on Race and Gender Fairness, charged with ensuring fairness and diversity in the legal system. She continues her tradition of service to the commission as a current member.

Note: CME/CLE credit will be available and communicated once the seminar agenda is finalized.

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