Irene C. Warshauer

ADR Training
USDC-SDNY, 1992; NY Supreme Court Commercial, 1996, Facilitator/Trainer 1999, 2000, 2002, and 2005; EEOC 2001, 2005; panel member for CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution; Bar Association Meetings; Arbitration training AAA panel member & chair training; NASD panel member & chair training; NYSE training.

Professional Training
BA with distinction, University of Michigan; LLB cum laude, Columbia Law School.

Professional Experience
Law Office of Irene C. Warshauer 2007-present; Of Counsel to Fried & Epstein LLP 2000-2007; 1975-1999: Partner at Anderson Kill & Olick; 1968-75: Associate at Chadbourne & Parke; 1966-8: officer NYS Mental Health Information Services. Commercial law; represents policyholders in insurance coverage disputes.

ADR Experience
Active mediation & arbitration practice; has mediated wide variety of disputes including general commercial, contract, real estate, employment, franchise, banking & tort. Mediator for CPR, since 1989, EEOC, NASD, EDNY, SDNY, NY Supreme Court. Arbitrator AAA, NASD, NYSE.

Other Information
Speaker & teacher of arbitration & mediation, including for international lawyers at the IDLI in Rome; Publications: "Electronic Discovery and Arbitration: A Shortcut Through E-Discovery" Third Annual Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation, Fordham Law School, June 2008; "Electronic Discovery in Arbitration: Privilege Issues and Spoliation of Evidence," Dispute Resolution Journal, Nov. 2006-Jan. 2007; "The Neutral in Multiple Roles," Arbitration Now, ABA 1999; "ADR and Insurance Coverage Dispute Resolution," U.S. Insurance Report, 1998; "New York Court Upholds Arbitrators Power to Impose a Punitive Damage Remedy," Alternatives, vol. 16, no. 2, February 1998. Speaking engagements: Electronic Discovery and Arbitration: A Shortcut Through E-Discovery, Fordham Law School July 2008; Mock Mediation: "Ms. Lotta Talent v. Starstruck Management Associations" AAA Oct. 2005; Subpoena Issues in Arbitration- What Arbitrators Should Know AAA 2005; "Med-Arb: Dream Solution or Ethical Nightmare," NYCBar May 2002