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Mediation & ADR – But Mostly Mediation


From the Mediator’s Perspective Personal Injury, Medical Negligence and Employment Mediation - Karen Walker
Tips for Successful Mediation - Cleveland Gambill
Mediation from the Plaintiff’s Perspective - Douglas H. Morris
Mediation from the Defense Perspective - Susan Phillips
Family Law Mediation - Richard Revell
How to Successfully Oppose Enforcement of a Pre-Dispute Arbitration Clause in a Nursing Home Case - Lisa E. Circeo
Mediation Strategies - William P. Hurley, Jr.
Structured Settlements at Mediation -

Brad Cecil

Karen Walker, is a sole practitioner in general practice in Lexington, Ky. and is president of ADR Works Dispute Resolution Company. Former Chairperson of the Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) Section of the KBA, Ms. Walker provides private dispute resolution services including mediation and arbitration throughout the state and is also a mediator and arbitrator for Resolute Systems, Inc.
Cleveland Gambill, operates a private mediation and arbitration service. He is a retired United States Magistrate Judge and served as Deputy Secretary, Justice and Public Safety Cabinet for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Judge Gambill received his J.D. from Duke University.
Douglas H. Morris, is a partner in the Louisville, Ky. firm of Morris & Player. He is the President Elect of KJA and practices in plaintiff’s personal injury law, professional negligence and products liability.
Susan Phillips, practices in the areas of medical negligence defense, civil rights, race discrimination, sex discrimination and professional liability. She is a member of the Louisville firm of Phillips Parker Orberson & Moore.
Richard Revell, has been doing mediation and arbitration since retiring as Chief Judge of the Jefferson County Family Court.
Lisa Circeo, has argued several times before the Kentucky Court of Appeals on issues involving nursing home admission contracts that include mandatory arbitration clauses. She practices in Lexington, Ky. with Wilkes & McHugh.
William P. Hurley, Jr. became a mediator in 1994 and has mediated more than 2,400 cases. He has arbitrated approximately 60 cases either alone or on three judge panels.
Brad Cecil, is a structured settlements broker for Ringler Associates. Mr. Cecil works out of the Louisville, Ky. office .