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John Allgood has served for more than 20 years as an independent neutral arbitrating cases in commercial, employment, construction and securities law areas. He was a member of the panel of arbitrators, USOC, during the 1996 and 1998 Olympic Games. His practice also includes mediation in the above practice areas as well as real estate and anti-trust matters. John is a Fellow in the College of Commercial Arbitrators. Previously he served as a Fellow in the College of Commercial Arbitrators as w...
Terrence Lee Croft has been a trial lawyer for over 40 years. He is one of Georgia's most successful ADR neutrals, having resolved more than 3,500 mediations and arbitrations. A graduate of Yale University and The University of Michigan Law School, with distinction, he has served as President of the Atlanta Bar Association, and its charitable Foundation. He was Chairman of its Litigation and ADR Lawyers Sections and the State Bar of Georgia's ADR Section. He is a Fellow of the American Colleg...
Ed Dobbs is the founder and architect of the Parker Hudson commercial finance, debt restructuring, and ADR neural services practice areas. As a result of his focus in these practice areas over his 47-year career, Ed has acquired considerable knowledge about commercial matters generally and developed extensive transactional and litigation experience. As a commercial lending attorney, Ed represents some of the largest financial institutions in the country in structuring and documenting commerci...
Benjamin I. Fink, a shareholder in Berman Fink Van Horn P.C., concentrates his practice in business and employment litigation with a particular emphasis on non-compete, trade secret and other competition-related disputes.With nearly 30 years in practice, Ben has handled cases in Georgia’s state and federal courts as well as state and federal courts in more than 15 other states. He has also handled disputes in arbitration before the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and Financial In...
Carlton King's entire legal career has concentrated on civil litigation with particular emphasis on trying cases in the courtroom. In recent years, he has drawn on his years of trial experience as a mediator and arbitrator, assisting in the resolution of disputes through ADR. Carlton brings a practical sensibility to dispute resolution and has dealt with a myriad of commercial subject matters. During his career he has trained many young lawyers and for several years he managed the litigation ...
In the face of skyrocketing legal costs and court delays; in the face of "bet the company" and opportunistic lawsuits; and in the face of "made as instructed" "expert" witnesses, trusting neutral experienced (in both the law and the relevant factual/expert/business area in dispute) deciders/ arbitrators (as opposed to lay jurors who too frequently "think" with their emotions) via the arbitration process has become progressively more rational. Hence, experienced, cost conscious litigators and general counsel are turning ever more frequently to the process which they themselves control and create: ARBITRATION.
Following are those individuals deemed by their peers to be best qualified to act as impartial neutral arbitrators (judges) in their respective practice areas and jurisdictions.
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