Susan Epstein

Susan Epstein

Susan Landerson Epstein brings an added dimension to Conflict Resolution Services, Inc. clients through her combined expertise of business law and health care management. Ms. Epstein counsels business and professional clients in corporate law, partnership law, business law, health care law, employment law, contract law, tax exempt organizational law, and mental health law.

Ms. Epstein's interest in business evolved from her work as a scientific editor/researcher at Bell Labs and her subsequent involvement in health care management in New York. After earning a Masters Degree in HealthCare Administration in 1973, Ms. Epstein spent seven years as an administrator at National Jewish Hospital and Research Center in Denver, blending her insight in business with that of health care administration.

Ms. Epstein was a partner in the healthcare section of Saunders, Snyder, Ross & Dickson and then a partner at Sabey, Epstein, Ordeheide & Smith, a law firm specializing in healthcare law.

In 1994, Ms. Epstein became a shareholder at Epstein & Epstein. She has participated in a number of mergers and acquisitions, guided national corporate restructuring projects, and helped medical practices resolve complex business law and often assisted clients in the analysis and formation of new business and nonprofit entities.


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Articles and Video:

Grief, Anger, And Fear In Mediation (09/13/10)
The focus on this article is assist lawyer advocates and lawyer mediators in being attuned to the presence and in addressing the key emotions of grief, anger and fear as they arise in the context of mediation.

The Dirty Dozen Barriers to Dispute Resolution Can Be Hurdled With TEARS & FEARS Mediation (03/17/08)
After mediating thousands of cases we are convinced that the process of mediation is so much more than the mere passing of numbers between the parties. The mediation process is more than the pronouncement of value by a disinterested and disengaged third party. TEARS & FEARS mediation requires that the mediator, negotiators, and parties look at mediation in a candid creative and holistic manner.

The Top Ten Barriers To Dispute Resolution (04/26/06)
Years of legal experience and thousands of mediations have helped us to devise a list of the Top Ten Barriers to Dispute Resolution. When negotiators are determined to be effective and collaborative, recognition of these barriers will enable them to move the mediation process forward in a positive way. This knowledge will also help the thoughtful and determined negotiator to break impasse.