NAM Announces 2019 Bronze Sponsorship With the Association of Corporate Counsel – Minneapolis Chapter

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New York, NY (June 11, 2019) – NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation), one of the nation's leading providers of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services, is proud to announce its partnership with the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) – Minnesota Chapter as a 2019 Bronze Sponsor at its 8th Annual In-House Counsel Conference. The full day event will be held on June 13th at the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis Hotel, 618 2nd Avenue South, 7th Floor, Minneapolis, MN.

The conference will consist of numerous networking opportunities as well as advanced educational seminars focused on the leading areas of interest to the in-house counsel professional. The many topics to be discussed include: Perspectives in Diversity, Legal Ethics in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Digital Transformation – The Robots are Coming?, Key Developments in Contract and Commercial Law for U.S. Corporate Counsel and Update on Key Patent Decisions from the Supreme Court and Federal Circuit and How They Will Affect Your Business.

This is the inaugural year that NAM and the ACC-Minnesota chapter have partnered. The Minnesota Chapter serves as a valuable resource to its more than 700 in-house counsel members, representing more than 245 companies from legal departments that range from small companies to Fortune 100 firms. ACC-Minneapolis chapter provides its members with the highest quality and most relevant programming spanning multiple industries and companies of various sizes.

For the second year in a row, NAM was voted the #1 ADR Provider by the in-house community in this year's Corporate Counsel Best of Survey. NAM continues to remain at the forefront of dispute resolution solutions for companies and their in-house legal departments. Designed to bridge in-house business needs and provide an alternative to expensive and often time-consuming litigation, NAM's in-house ADR solutions range from conflict resolution (including arbitration and mediation) to conflict mitigation (training, guidance and custom ADR program development) services.