Monthly Webinar Registration

HMA Webinar
Wednesday, October 20, 2021
11:30am to 12:30pm
Corporate Dispute Resolution Programs:
How Fortune 500 Companies Handle Conflict in the Workplace
Larry R. Rute, JD, LLM
1 KS CDRE Hour – Pending
1 KS CLE Hour – Approved

Once you register and pay, you will be sent the Zoom link the day before the webinar.  If you pay on the website, you will be using HMA’s PayPal account. You may also mail a check to HMA’s P.O. Box in the signature address.  You need 6 KS CDRE hours for your KS 2022 state approval including one Domestic Violence hour or one ethics hour.

Corporate Dispute Resolution Programs:
How Fortune 500 Companies Handle Conflict in the Workplace

Larry R. Rute, JD, LLM

For more than 30 years, Fortune 500 corporations, international institutions and non-profit entities have successfully developed cutting edge systems for preventing, managing and resolving internal conflicts and disputes within the workplace.  We will discuss the costs associated with workplace conflict and methods such as peer review, mediation and arbitration to become a “dispute wise” organization.

Takeaways for attorney/mediator, mediators and all ADR professionals:

  1. Understand the nature and cost of workplace conflict.
  2. Corporate dispute resolution formation and strategies.
  3. Advantages and disadvantages of a corporate dispute resolution system.
  4. Elements of system design.
  5. Operation and evaluation of the system.
  6. The types of claims covered by a dispute resolution program versus claims that will be excluded.
  7. The advantages and disadvantages of arbitration.

Larry R. Rute is a partner and co-founder in Associates in Dispute Resolution, LLC, Topeka, Kansas.  This firm provides a wide range of alternative dispute resolution services, including commercial mediation and arbitration, private judicial proceedings, and conflict resolution systems design. ADR, LLC offices are located in Topeka and Lawrence, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri.  Larry has served as a Mediator/Arbitrator in more than 4,500 matters arising in federal, state and administrative agencies.  He is a Mediator and Due Process Hearing Officer for the Kansas Department of Education.  He serves as an Adjunct Professor at Washburn University School of Law, Teaching Dispute Resolution Techniques and Negotiation Strategies.  He has recently served as Chair of the Kansas Supreme Court Advisory Council on Dispute Resolution.

Future Webinars Scheduled for 2021: 3rd Wednesday every month: Start time: 11:30am

At this time the HMA website will only accept one webinar registration at a time.

Please let Janet know if you are interested in presenting a webinar. Thank you!

  • November 17, 2021 / Mediation Ethics Applied to Conciliation (CLE & CDRE) Aline Cole Barrett J.D.
  • December 15, 2021 / (2 hours) Shifting the Focus from Being Right to Getting it Right (CLE & CDRE) Trina Nudson, LBSW, J.D. (Pricing Members $40; Non-Members $70; Student $20)

September & December: Two-hour webinar pricing:
HMA Member: $40
Non-HMA Member: $70
Full Time Student: $20

October & November: One-hour webinar pricing:
HMA Member: $20
Non-HMA Member: $35
Full Time Student: $10


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