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Princeton, NJ 08540
Description of Practice
Ms. Kaster listens and brings to your unique conflict over 30 years of experience with complex commercial disputes. She is Chair of the NYSBA Dispute Resolution Section, past Chair of the NJSBA Dispute Resolution Section, and past President of the Garibaldi Inn of Court, the only ADR Inn, Co-Editor in Chief of the NY Dispute Resolution Lawyer, a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court's Complementary Dispute Resolution Committee.
She is a speaker for PLI, the CCA, ABA, NJSBA, NYSBA, NJAPM. She is a member of the panel of distinguished neutrals for CPR and a member of its IP panel, on the Tech List for the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center and on the Master Mediator Panel of the American Arbitration Association, the Global CEDR panel and is also an Arbitrator for the AAA, FINRA. She is on the NJ Roster of Mediators ,the Roster of Mediators for the NY Commercial Division of the Supreme Court and\ member of the Board of NJAPM.
She was responsible for matters, involving multimillion dollar complex supplier, outsourcing, major customer disputes and international arbitrations, including the resolution of AT&T’s claims against 50 insurance carriers arising out of the damage to the World Trade Center on 9/11. She has handled matters under the AAA rules, CPR rules, ICC and other international proceedings.
Ms. Kaster handled and resolved class actions and class action appeals in employment and ERISA related disputes and was involved in establishing AT&T's consumer arbitration program and its retention and email policies. She had wide exposure to e-discovery.
Before joining AT&T, Ms. Kaster was a partner at Jenner & Block, where she handled a wide variety of complex disputes involving intellectual property, technology, environmental issues, taxes, fees and sanctions, closely held companies and estates.
|2011||CEDR||Advanced Mediation Training and Accreditation 32 hours|
|2009||Center for Mediation in Law||Self-Reflection in Action - Using our Inner Selves to Help People in Conflict 40 hours|
|2007||CPR||Mediator Training 18 hours|
|2006||Center For Mediation in Law||Intensive Training 40 hours|
|2009||CPR||Advanced Mediator Training 12 hours|
|2010||Straus Institute Pepperdine U||Mediating in the Red Zone 20 hours|
|2009||ABA Dispute Resolution Section||7thAnnual Advanced Mediation and Advocacy Skills Training Institute 16 hours|
|2008||Office of the NY Courts||Advanced Commercial Division Mediation Training 8 hours|
|2011||Center for Understanding in Conflict||Self-Reflection in Action for Conflict Professionals -- Advanced Training in New York 20 hours|
|2011||ABA||Annual Meeting Dispute Resolution Section -10 hours|
|2010||ABA||Annual Meeting Dispute Resolution Section 25 hours|
|2009||American Arbitration Association||Advanced Mediator Training 8 hours|
|2012||ABA||Annual Meeting Dispute Resolution Section|
|2012||College of Commercial Arbitrators||Annual Meeting|
|2015||CiArb/Columbia Certificate in International Arbitration||International Arbitration - 40 hours|
Areas of Practice
- Business (250 mediated)
- Commercial (250 mediated)
- Construction (6 mediated)
- Contracts (100 mediated)
- Elder (1 mediated)
- Employment (10 mediated)
- Health Care (2 mediated)
- Intellectual Property (25 mediated)
- Online Mediation
- Organizational (1 mediated)
- Partnership (10 mediated)
- Patent (2 mediated)
- Personal Injury (1 mediated)
- Professional Fees (3 mediated)
- Technology (8 mediated)
- Mediating Lawyer
- Online Mediator
- Advanced Mediation Trainer
- Mediation Trainer
- Mediation Consultant
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