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Overview of Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) and Effective Use of Evaluative Skills

ADR Section
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
1000 Broadway
Suite 480
Oakland CA, 94607
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As an alternative dispute resolution process, ENE delivers a different and sometimes superior value to mediation. This program will describe the distinctive features of the ENE process and explain the benefits that the process offers. It will also address the skills needed of an evaluator and how they differ from those of a mediator.

This program is of particular interest at this time because the Alameda Superior Court is in the process of establishing a more clearly defined ENE program for which it will be seeking qualified panelists. Mediators may also find this program helpful in improving their skills when working with counsel and parties in those cases where some careful evaluation or reality testing is needed.

Richard Collier
Overview of ENE and Effective Use of Evaluative Skills
11/8/2012 12:00 AM
Richard Collier has a trust litigation and ADR practice with Cooper, White, and Cooper, LLP. He has been an ENE panel member with the United States District Court for the Northern District of California since 1993, and has trained evaluators in that program and several State court programs.
Event Cost:
MCLE-Plus Members
ADR Section Members
ACBA Members
1.5 hr(s)