David Barmak, a Member and Chair of the Employment, Labor & Benefits Section of Mintz, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C., will speak at the 2013 Spring Conference & Induction of Fellows presented by the Litigation Counsel of America. The conference is being held May 1-3 in Newport Beach, California.
Mr. Barmak’s presentation is entitled, “Current Trends in Alternative Dispute Resolution.”
The 2013 Spring Conference & Induction of Fellows is designed for Fellows of the Litigation Counsel of America to enhance their already superior trial skills, to address practical issues and topics challenging litigators in today’s changing legal environment, and to afford each individual the opportunity to hear from and interact with some of North America’s finest trial and appellate lawyers. Participants will be provided with many of the necessary tools for continued success and expertise in trial techniques, evidence presentation, courtroom technology, case evaluations, marketing, as well as negotiations and alternative dispute resolution.
Mr. Barmak is an experienced trial lawyer and advisor to businesses and their executives, with particular focus on helping clients resolve employment and complex business disputes and negotiate executive employment arrangements. He has represented clients in complex litigation involving employment discrimination, noncompetition agreement and trade secret issues, wage and hour (FLSA) compliance, employment contract disputes, and other matters. Mr. Barmak’s litigation and trial experience has involved disputes relating to technology licensing, contract interpretation, tax issues, insurance coverage and other insurance-related issues, partnership, shareholder and joint ventures. He counsels clients on WARN Act issues, internal investigations, dispute resolution and other matters. Mr. Barmak has frequently been involved in the negotiation and drafting of executive employment, separation, and related agreements on behalf of both publicly and privately held companies and their compensation committees, and senior executives.