Nelson C. Bellido to Speak at the JAMS Miami CLE: Ethics in Mediations: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
October 12, 2015
Roig Lawyers, a minority-owned, multi-practice litigation law firm dedicated to serving clients across six offices throughout Florida, is pleased to announce that Nelson C. Bellido, Esquire, managing partner of the Miami office, will be a panelist at the JAMS Miami CLE: Ethics in Mediations: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You being held at the JAMS Miami Resolution Center on October 15, 2015.
The American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Dispute Resolution has designated the third week of October as the time to promote and celebrate peaceful conflict resolution practices worldwide. JAMS Miami is producing a series of CLE programs tied to the ABA Mediation Week (October 12 – 16).
JAMS is the largest private alternative dispute resolution (ADR) provider in the world. With its prestigious panel of neutrals, JAMS specializes in mediating and arbitrating complex, multi-party, business/commercial cases – those in which the choice of neutral is crucial.
Nelson has practiced law for over 22 years and his main areas of practice are in complex commercial litigation, insurance defense litigation, insurance fraud special investigations, finance law, products liability and shareholder and partnership disputes. Nelson has substantial jury trial experience in both federal and state courts throughout Florida.
Nelson has dedicated his time to speaking on leading legal industry topics to multiple organizations throughout the United States. Nelson has spoken frequently for the U.S Commercial Service District Export Council’s Export University on trade laws impacting exports. He has also been a speaker for the Daily Business Review 2014 Corporate Counsel Summit, “Contract & Consequence: Corporate Counsel’s Compass to Business Contracts and Avoiding Litigation”; Business Network International Pinecrest Chapter, “Roig Lawyers: Your Florida Litigation Law Firm”; Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) Corporate Counsel 2015 Conference, “Closing the Deal”; moderator for the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) Business and Professional Development Panel; Florida Insurance Fraud Education Committee (FIFEC) 23rd Annual Conference, “Mechanisms Available to Adjusters During Review for Regulatory and Compliance Issues; and moderator for the Duke University Alumni Association Volunteer leadership Conference Diversity Panel.