COUNTDOWN TO AM19
RULES, TOOLs & STRATEGIES TO DISRUPT DISPUTES
Nothing disrupts normal business operations—and potential profits—like a legal dispute. Well, CPR is committed to ‘disrupting that disrupter,’ and to giving in-house and law firm counsel the rules, tools and strategies that they need to do so as well.
Innovative business leaders increasingly understand the tangible business benefits of exploring options other than traditional litigation. Corporate adversaries today could very well be joint venture partners tomorrow, or might benefit from working together to pursue common goals or respond to industry threats. Even within a single corporation lies a vast expanse of potential disputes arising from day-to-day negotiations, collaborations and partnerships with vendors, suppliers and customers.
Consider the radical concept of setting a thoughtful and strategic tone for all of these relationships, ensuring they are as efficient and profitable as they can be, beneficial for all parties. Such a shift would constitute a profound renewal of traditional business practices, perhaps appropriately represented by the springtime cherry blossoms for which our D.C. venue is known.
Please join CPR and our esteemed colleagues for the 2019 Annual Meeting, as we challenge some long-standing notions of how disputes should be prevented and handled. Attendees will come away with practical and concrete takeaways to help their businesses flourish and grow.
Where Great Minds meet
Networking. Workshops. Awards. Dinners.
PRESTIGIOUS LIST OF OVER 50 SPEAKERS
11 ESSENTIAL WORKSHOPS FOR SENIOR EXECUTIVES
oVER 200 ADR Leaders Attending
12 PARTIES, COCKTAIL RECEPTIONS & NETWORKING BREAKS
*Current 2019 Annual Meeting Estimated Numbers
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Raymond G. Bender
Arbitrator and Mediator
"This is just a quick “thank you” note for the terrific work you did to make the 2015 CPR Annual Meeting in San Diego a tremendous success. From my perspective as an attendee, the programs were terrific (as usual), and all of the logistics (meetings, meals, accommodations, etc.) functioned very smoothly indeed. Every detail was anticipated and addressed, and the entire conference was thoroughly enjoyable. Thanks to each of you for all the effort you made to make this another memorable CPR event."
Richard F. Ziegler
Partner, Jenner & Block & Former General Counsel, 3M Company
"CPR attracts the best and the brightest in the ADR world – so my membership in CPR’s Advisory Council and CPR’s Arbitration Committee has exposed me to cutting-edge thinking about ADR-related issues that I would not otherwise have learned about."
Mary Beth Cantrell
Sr. Associate General Counsel,
"The CPR Annual Meeting is indeed exceptional. Substantively, it provides the most dynamic and engaging panels I have encountered at similar meetings. Further, it provides an unmatched opportunity to exchange knowledge and experiences with counsel, neutrals and others at the forefront of advancing dispute resolution issues."