Terri Krivosha and Melissa Muro LaMere to Present Webinar on Early Mediation for MSBA
February 14, 2023
Terri Krivosha, a partner in Maslon's Corporate & Securities Group, and Partner Melissa Muro LaMere of the Litigation and Labor & Employment groups, will present a live webinar Feb. 14 on settling disputes through early mediation. In the CLE, hosted by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association, Terri and Melissa will discuss types of early mediation programs that have been successfully implemented in businesses, the structure of such programs, how their proponents can achieve buy-in from stakeholders, and what research shows about these programs.
For more information or to register, go to MSBA: Settling Disputes Through Early Mediation.
Terri, a business attorney and mediator, helps shareholders, family business owners, and companies buy or sell businesses or solve complex legal problems. Whether guiding shareholders through a company split, managing a large merger/acquisition for a buyer or a seller, representing family members or business partners in the sale of a long-held business, or helping a company restructure to better align business and goals, Terri brings a time-tested sense of which approaches work and which do not. In her mediation work, Terri brings her many years of experience negotiating deals to the table—along with her high energy, active listening skills, creativity, and pragmatic approach. View her mediation bio here.
Melissa is an employment and business litigation attorney who enjoys working with clients to protect and grow their business in a competitive marketplace. She focuses her practice on the full spectrum of employment counseling and litigation matters in addition to business disputes involving non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, trade secrets, business contracts and torts, and unfair competition and trade practices. She serves on the board of the Minnesota Infinity Project, an organization focused on gender disparity on the bench throughout the Eighth Circuit, and was appointed in 2019 to the state Commission on Judicial Selection.