Joe DiBenedetto has served as an arbitrator, typically party appointed, and is fully familiar with the arbitration process as a litigant, having represented parties in more than 15 commercial arbitrations before the American Arbitration Association. He also handled four substantial post-acquisition purchase price adjustment disputes before a neutral accounting firm as arbitrator. Clients in these matters were NYSE companies who were either a purchaser or seller in an acquisition.
Joe DiBenedetto has completed 25.5 hours of Comprehensive Training for the Conducting of Commercial Arbitrations offered by the NYSBA Dispute Resolution Section, 6 hours of additional training offered by the New York State Judicial Institute, and all required FINRA arbitrator training. He has also written extensively on arbitration. Among other things, he has authored the arbitration chapter in both the New York Lawyers’ Deskbook and Formbook since 1989.
Joe DiBenedetto was recently appointed to the Panels of Arbitrators maintained by FINRA, the National Futures Association, Forum, and the New York State Supreme Court, N.Y. County Part 137 Fee Dispute Resolution Program.
His fee for service as an arbitrator is negotiable, and will vary depending on the size and complexity of the case.
How would an experienced neutral view your case? Are you sensitive to its deficiencies? How can your case presentation be tailored to enhance its equitable appeal? What are your real damages? Is your settlement posture realistic?
Predictive analysis can take many forms, ranging from case evaluations and advisory opinions, to mock oral arguments and arbitrations. These techniques can be used at any stage of a litigation or arbitration, and can focus on specific issues or the entire case.
Predictive analysis can be done efficiently and quickly. If expedited, it can be completed in a week, and is an excellent method of assessing your case as a mediation, argument or trial date approaches.
Contact Joe DiBenedetto to discuss approaches and fees.