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David Abeshouse

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Biography

David Abeshouse is a business litigator concentrating his practice in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR; arbitration and mediation). David serves as neutral Arbitrator on the Commercial Panel of Neutrals of the American Arbitration Assn. and other major ADR forums. Here, he acts as a private judge, hearing evidence and rendering final, binding awards. He also is a forum-based and private Mediator, a neutral impartial facilitator of settlement negotiations leading to agreements resolving business disputes. David also serves as a “deal mediator,” and acts as an ADR consultant to other lawyers.

David is a charter member of The New York Academy of Mediators & Arbitrators (NYAMA; Executive Committee Member), Chapter of The National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (NADN); he also is a Fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators (CCA). David is a past Adjunct Law Professor, St. John’s University School of Law, teaching ADR Law, and a past Chairperson of the Nassau County Bar Association ADR Law Committee. He has been selected to the NY Metro Area SuperLawyers list for ADR Law for multiple years.

Entrepreneurs, owners and “C-level” executives of small to medium-sized businesses, professionals, and others may need David’s services if they currently are – or in future may become – involved in a business dispute, either internally within their organization (such as a partnership or shareholders dispute) or externally (with another company, especially where there’s a claim of breach of contract or similar conflict).

What’s in it for the client? A unique approach to avoiding a potentially devastating legal situation that could harm (or even possibly destroy) your business; considerable savings of money, time, disruption, and risk; working with an attorney (or mediator) who is allied with you and your goals; and far more peace of mind than if you were to inadvertently allow future business disputes to fall into the clutches of our unfortunately broken one-size-fits-all (and therefore none, in reality) court system.

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