Andrew Nadolna is a mediator and arbitrator with a national (and international) insurance-focused practice based at JAMS in New York City. He has mediated and/or arbitrated disputes involving cyber, pollution, D&O, E&O, CGL and Excess Casualty, reinsurance and captives. He has also resolved many catastrophic injury claims including medical malpractice, products liability, premises liability and general liability, professional liability disputes such as lawyers, brokers and accountants malpractice and employment disputes. Prior to starting his mediation practice in 2016, Andrew was Global Head of Casualty Claims at AIG. He served 17 years at AIG and before joining AIG he was an insurance coverage lawyer in private practice for 8 years. He earned his J.D. from Syracuse University and his B.A. from U.C.L.A. He has spoken at numerous events for organizations such as ABA, CLM, DRI, Advisen, PLI and IADC. He teaches a CLE course on mediation process to law firms, claims departments and in house legal groups.
Thursday, May 6th | 1:05 – 1:35 PM
General Session | Virtual Arbitrations: Temporary Solution or the New Normal (Part 1)
Second of a two-part panel, this session will look at virtual arbitrations from the how to effectively conduct a virtual arbitration, including
best practices and common pitfalls. Whether you are a Zoom neophyte or a Skype expert, this session will have something for everyone.
Moderator: Jack Vales, Dentons
Panel: Andrea Giannetta, Enstar US
Erika Lopes-McLeman, Dentons
Andrew Nadolna, JAMS