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Year in Review: Mediator Duties and North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission(from Thorny Issues and Ethical Minefields in Mediation and Arbitration (2017 Dispute Resolution Section Annual Meeting), March 2017) | Roy J. Baroff, NCDRC Certified Mediator Superior Court, Family Financial, Clerk of Court, Pittsboro, Jacqueline R. Clare, Jacqueline R. Clare, Mediator, Raleigh, Frank C. Laney, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Cary and Diane K. Pappayliou, Rountree Losee LLP, Wilmington
This session provides an update on mediator rules and standards and examines recent advisory opinions from the Dispute Resolution Commission.
In addition, this session explores the impact of new case law from the last year (and some golden oldies) related to mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
The Art of War: Practical Cross Examination for Litigators(from Studio Webcast, The Art of War: Practical Cross Examination for Litigators, May 2017) | James A Davis, Davis & Davis PC, Salisbury
Explore the history, origin and law of cross examination and learn the applicable Rules of Evidence.
This program addresses best models for cross examination and provides some practice pointers.
Attendees also receive information regarding ethical issues that can arise from the use of social media in litigation.
Don't Vacation in My Backyard!: Short-Term Rentals, The New Nimby(from Emerging Issues and Recent Developments in Real Estate Law (2017 Real Property Section Annual Meeting), May 2017) | Craig D. Justus, The Van Winkle Law Firm, Asheville and Esther E. Manheimer, The Van Winkle Law Firm, Asheville
This session is a discussion of law and policy regarding short-term vacation rental issues from both a zoning and restrictive covenant perspective.