Innovative alternative dispute resolution (ADR) leader Miles Mediation & Arbitration explores legal trends, news, and the evolving practice of dispute management.
Charles Ali Everage - A Deep Dive into Wrongful Death
44:30In this episode of The Future of Resolution Podcast, Miles mediator & arbitrator Steve Dunn sits down with civil litigator Charles Ali Everage to discuss the complexities of wrongful death cases, why he finds this work so rewarding, his thoughts on the future of the industry, and his advice to young attorneys entering the field.
Bartina Edwards - Lawyer, Entrepreneur, and Community Leader
53:14In this episode of The Future of Resolution Podcast, Miles mediator & arbitrator Steve Dunn sits down with employment and collaborative law-trained attorney Bartina Edwards, to discuss her fascinating career journey, her philosophy on being "busy," CP3 Paradigm (and what the name stands for), collaborative law, and more.
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Case Deep Dive with Mathew Flatow - When a Case Takes on a Life of its Own
55:04In this episode of “The Future of Resolution” podcast, Miles mediator & arbitrator Steve Dunn sits down with Mathew Flatow, managing partner of SeiferFlatow, PLLC to discuss an interesting case that was resolved, and then turned into an all-out personal war. This case is an interesting commercial defamation case between business owners who, in addition to their legal dispute, also are neighbors and torment each other in ways that are unfathomable.
Marty White - Naval Officer, NASCAR Attorney, Managing Partner, and Mediator
36:28In this episode of The Future of Resolution Podcast, Miles mediator Steve Dunn interviews prodigious attorney Martin “Marty” White about his time as a JAG Corps officer, representing NASCAR drivers, keeping things in perspective in the legal industry, and the future of mediation. A managing partner at Johnston, Allison & Hord in Charlotte, Marty is one of the most interesting business litigators in North Carolina.
Programs Addressing Landlord-Tenant Disputes & Evictions
40:12In this episode of The Future of Resolution Podcast, Miles mediator Danae Woodward speaks with Amy Cox Gruendel and Salim Uqdah about their efforts to address COVID-related stressors on the court system and the rise of landlord-tenant cases through programs they’ve implemented.
Katie Dolan - from the Mecklenburg County Courthouse to Miles Mediation & Arbitration
30:51In this episode of The Future of Resolution Podcast, Miles mediator & arbitrator Steve Dunn sits down with Katie Dolan, former ADR coordinator of the Mecklenburg County Courthouse and new Senior Customer Service Specialist at Miles, to discuss her journey and how it will contribute to her new role.
The Power of Being Underestimated with Sara Lincoln
35:48Never underestimate the power of being underestimated. In this episode of The Future of Resolution Podcast , Miles mediator & arbitrator Steve Dunn sits down with Sara Lincoln of Lincoln Derr, well-known in Charlotte for their performance as civil litigators. Dunn and Lincoln discuss how she overcame initial challenges in the field, her journey along the way, and how she sees the legal industry moving forward.
Two Mayors and Two Attorneys - A Discussion About Local Government - During Covid-19 and Beyond
1:19:02With all the focus on national government these days, it’s easy to forget the importance of local government, especially as it is the first line of defense against COVID-19 in our communities. College Park Mayor Bianca Motley Broom sits down with East Point Mayor Deana Holiday Ingram, Attorney Robbie Ashe, and Attorney Rusi Patel to discuss the importance of local government, especially during the pandemic.
Why Civil Collaboration Law? A Conversation with Colleen Byers and John Sarratt
34:42In these high-stress times, the last thing most people want is to deal with a knock-down-drag-out legal battle. Mediator and Collaborative Attorney Danae Woodward discusses the growing practice of Civil Collaboration Law with some of its foremost advocates, Colleen Byers and John Sarratt, and how it can take the antagonism out of a legal case.