Neutral Two Party Three Party Four Party
Alfred B. Adams III $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
Hubert J. Bell Jr. $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
Hon. M. Gino Brogdon, Sr. $325.00 $265.00 $225.00
Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo $275.00 $220.00 $190.00
Arthur H. Glaser $275.00 $220.00 $190.00
William S. Goodman $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
Alan F. Herman $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
James B. Hiers, Jr. $200.00 $175.00 $150.00
Patrick G. Jones $225.00 $200.00 $175.00
N.S. (Ken) Kendrick, III $275.00 $220.00 $190.00
Ron Lowry $200.00 $175.00 $150.00
E. Speer Mabry, III $200.00 $175.00 $150.00
Nicholas C. Moraitakis $275.00 $220.00 $190.00
Ronald F. Negin $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
A. Lee Parks $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
Patricia A. Siuta $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
Rex D. Smith $350.00 $275.00 $225.00
Thomas W. Tobin $300.00 $230.00 $200.00
Joseph W. Watkins $275.00 $220.00 $190.00















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Aviation


Alfred B. Adams III

Alfred B. Adams III was a high stakes litigator for 46 years. His work included commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases; both for plaintiffs and defendants. For more than two decades he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement. Having recently retired from his firm, he is ready to use his knowledge and skills to assist Henning clients in resolving their complex disputes. Al approaches his role as a neutral with an unbiased but informed sophistication, very goal oriented to achieving a win-win for the parties. While his legal understanding will be of great benefit, he is focused on a fair resolution of each new matter.

Hubert J. Bell Jr.

Hubert J. Bell, Jr. has practiced law with Smith, Currie & Hancock, LLP since 1981; a partner since 1986; specializing in Alternative Dispute Resolution, Construction, Government Contracts, Administrative Law and Commercial Transactions. He is currently Co-Chair of the ADR Committee of the Section of Public Contract Law, American Bar Association. He has been an active neutral since 1985.

J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Business


William S. Goodman

William S. Goodman has practiced law for more than 35 years. He has mediated/arbitrated more than 2,000 cases. His areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability, and insurance litigation. He is a Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators. His peers have selected him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and as one of the Best Lawyers in America.

N.S. "Ken" Kendrick

After over thirty years of trial and transactional law practice and ten years of independent board service, Ken has worked for the past seven years as a full time mediator and arbitrator. Ken has mediated over 1,000 cases in twelve states while serving on the Henning panel resulting in over $200,000,000 in funded settlements.

Patrick G. Jones

Patrick G. Jones has been an attorney for over 35 years and brings a very unique and diverse background to his mediation and arbitration practice. He was a CPA with a Big Eight accounting firm; a partner in three major law firms in Atlanta during his first 17 years in private practice; the General Counsel, CFO and head of investor relations of a public technology company; and the Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Compensation Committee off a private technology company for more than 15 years.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin has been an arbitrator for the Superior Court of Fulton County Program since 1986 and is the former co-executive director of the Georgia United States Arbitration & Mediation (USA&M) office in Atlanta. He has mediated over 4,000 tort, commercial and construction, medical malpractice, product liability and insurance cases.

Church Liability


M. Gino Brogdon Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost ten years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino has tried high visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants. He has also become a highly sought after mediator and arbitrator, specializing in Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Complex Business, Construction, Discrimination, and Medico-legal issues. Gino has served as an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law and at John Marshall School of Law and served as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years. He is listed in the Who’s Who in American Law. Some of his areas of experience are personal injury, insurance law/coverage, product liability, labor and employment, civil rights, libel/slander, construction, consumer law, excess/umbrella insurance, legal negligence, trucking, education and medical negligence.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Civil Rights


Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years. He is listed in the Who’s Who in American Law. Some of his areas of experience are personal injury, insurance law/coverage, product liability, labor and employment, civil rights, libel/slander, construction, consumer law, excess/umbrella insurance, legal negligence, trucking, education and medical negligence.

A. Lee Parks

A. Lee Parks is a Senior Partner at Parks, Chesin & Walbert, P.C. He has over 27 years of experience as a trial lawyer, primarily in the areas of labor and employment law, in both the public and private sector; constitutional law, civil rights, commercial litigation and personal injury matters. Mr. Parks' extensive trial and appellate experience allows him to assist litigants with a practical valuation of their case based on past results in similar cases, the judge or magistrate to which your case is assigned, the jury pool from which your jury will be selected and the appellate climate in which any verdict would be reviewed.

Complex Domestic Relations


N.S. "Ken" Kendrick

After over thirty years of trial and transactional law practice and ten years of independent board service, Ken has worked for the past seven years as a full time mediator and arbitrator. Ken has mediated over 1,000 cases in twelve states while serving on the Henning panel resulting in over $200,000,000 in funded settlements.

Construction


Alfred B. Adams III

Alfred B. Adams III was a high stakes litigator for 46 years. His work included commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases; both for plaintiffs and defendants. For more than two decades he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement. Having recently retired from his firm, he is ready to use his knowledge and skills to assist Henning clients in resolving their complex disputes. Al approaches his role as a neutral with an unbiased but informed sophistication, very goal oriented to achieving a win-win for the parties. While his legal understanding will be of great benefit, he is focused on a fair resolution of each new matter.

Hubert J. Bell Jr.

Hubert J. Bell, Jr. has practiced law with Smith, Currie & Hancock, LLP since 1981; a partner since 1986; specializing in Alternative Dispute Resolution, Construction, Government Contracts, Administrative Law and Commercial Transactions. He is currently Co-Chair of the ADR Committee of the Section of Public Contract Law, American Bar Association. He has been an active neutral since 1985.

M. Gino Brogdon Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost ten years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino has tried high visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants. He has also become a highly sought after mediator and arbitrator, specializing in Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Complex Business, Construction, Discrimination, and Medico-legal issues. Gino has served as an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law and at John Marshall School of Law and served as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years. He is listed in the Who’s Who in American Law. Some of his areas of experience are personal injury, insurance law/coverage, product liability, labor and employment, civil rights, libel/slander, construction, consumer law, excess/umbrella insurance, legal negligence, trucking, education and medical negligence.

William S. Goodman

William S. Goodman has practiced law for more than 35 years. He has mediated/arbitrated more than 2,000 cases. His areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability, and insurance litigation. He is a Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators. His peers have selected him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and as one of the Best Lawyers in America.

Alan F. Herman

A personable results oriented retired attorney with forty-two years of trial experience having tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts, and out-of-state venues and who has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others.

E. Speer Mabry III

E. Speer Mabry is the Senior Partner with Mabry & McClelland, LLP and practices in the State and Federal Courts. He is on the State of Georgia Registry as one certified to conduct mediation and arbitration proceedings. He has served as the Chair of the Dispute Resolution Section of the Atlanta Bar Association and served on active duty and in the U.S. Army Reserves for 30 years, retiring as a Colonel.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin is a founding partner of the BUSBY|NEGIN firm. He has a nationwide litigation practice that focuses on all types of general liability cases; including product liability, automobile and trucking litigation, insurance disputes, premises liability, insurance coverage, and construction litigation. Ron has handled cases in over twenty states for both insurance companies and large self-insured companies. In his practice Ron has participated as an advocate in over 200 mediations. He plans to use the skills he developed as an advocate to assist Henning clients in evaluating their cases and reaching settlement. Ron recently completed his Dispute Resolution training at Henning and is a certified mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin has been an arbitrator for the Superior Court of Fulton County Program since 1986 and is the former co-executive director of the Georgia United States Arbitration & Mediation (USA&M) office in Atlanta. He has mediated over 4,000 tort, commercial and construction, medical malpractice, product liability and insurance cases.

Fair Labor Standards Act


M. Gino Brogdon Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost ten years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino has tried high visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants. He has also become a highly sought after mediator and arbitrator, specializing in Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Complex Business, Construction, Discrimination, and Medico-legal issues. Gino has served as an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law and at John Marshall School of Law and served as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

A. Lee Parks

A. Lee Parks is a Senior Partner at Parks, Chesin & Walbert, P.C. He has over 27 years of experience as a trial lawyer, primarily in the areas of labor and employment law, in both the public and private sector; constitutional law, civil rights, commercial litigation and personal injury matters. Mr. Parks' extensive trial and appellate experience allows him to assist litigants with a practical valuation of their case based on past results in similar cases, the judge or magistrate to which your case is assigned, the jury pool from which your jury will be selected and the appellate climate in which any verdict would be reviewed.

Insurance Coverage


Alfred B. Adams III

Alfred B. Adams III was a high stakes litigator for 46 years. His work included commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases; both for plaintiffs and defendants. For more than two decades he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement. Having recently retired from his firm, he is ready to use his knowledge and skills to assist Henning clients in resolving their complex disputes. Al approaches his role as a neutral with an unbiased but informed sophistication, very goal oriented to achieving a win-win for the parties. While his legal understanding will be of great benefit, he is focused on a fair resolution of each new matter.

M. Gino Brogdon Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost ten years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino has tried high visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants. He has also become a highly sought after mediator and arbitrator, specializing in Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Complex Business, Construction, Discrimination, and Medico-legal issues. Gino has served as an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law and at John Marshall School of Law and served as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

Ron Lowry

Ron Lowry has practiced law since 1975. Ron began resolving cases as a lawyer using ADR more than 30 years ago. He has mediated and arbitrated cases as a neutral since 1999. His areas of experience include personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, government, and commercial litigation. Ron is a former President of the Cobb County Bar and currently is a member of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin is a founding partner of the BUSBY|NEGIN firm. He has a nationwide litigation practice that focuses on all types of general liability cases; including product liability, automobile and trucking litigation, insurance disputes, premises liability, insurance coverage, and construction litigation. Ron has handled cases in over twenty states for both insurance companies and large self-insured companies. In his practice Ron has participated as an advocate in over 200 mediations. He plans to use the skills he developed as an advocate to assist Henning clients in evaluating their cases and reaching settlement. Ron recently completed his Dispute Resolution training at Henning and is a certified mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Joseph W. Watkins

Joseph W. Watkins has practiced as a civil trial lawyer for over 40 years. For the first 20 years of his career, Mr. Watkins was an insurance defense attorney, representing individuals, companies, and insurers in a wide variety of personal injury cases, large loss property damage cases, and insurance coverage disputes. In 1997, he began a plaintiff’s practice, where they concentrate their practice on representing individuals who have been severely injured and families of individuals who have died as a result of medical negligence, nursing home negligence, products liability, premises liability and automobile and trucking accidents.

Labor & Employment


M. Gino Brogdon Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost ten years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino has tried high visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants. He has also become a highly sought after mediator and arbitrator, specializing in Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Complex Business, Construction, Discrimination, and Medico-legal issues. Gino has served as an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law and at John Marshall School of Law and served as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years. He is listed in the Who’s Who in American Law. Some of his areas of experience are personal injury, insurance law/coverage, product liability, labor and employment, civil rights, libel/slander, construction, consumer law, excess/umbrella insurance, legal negligence, trucking, education and medical negligence.

William S. Goodman

William S. Goodman has practiced law for more than 35 years. He has mediated/arbitrated more than 2,000 cases. His areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability, and insurance litigation. He is a Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators. His peers have selected him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and as one of the Best Lawyers in America.

Patrick G. Jones

Patrick G. Jones has been an attorney for over 35 years and brings a very unique and diverse background to his mediation and arbitration practice. He was a CPA with a Big Eight accounting firm; a partner in three major law firms in Atlanta during his first 17 years in private practice; the General Counsel, CFO and head of investor relations of a public technology company; and the Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Compensation Committee off a private technology company for more than 15 years.

A. Lee Parks

A. Lee Parks is a Senior Partner at Parks, Chesin & Walbert, P.C. He has over 27 years of experience as a trial lawyer, primarily in the areas of labor and employment law, in both the public and private sector; constitutional law, civil rights, commercial litigation and personal injury matters. Mr. Parks' extensive trial and appellate experience allows him to assist litigants with a practical valuation of their case based on past results in similar cases, the judge or magistrate to which your case is assigned, the jury pool from which your jury will be selected and the appellate climate in which any verdict would be reviewed.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin has been an arbitrator for the Superior Court of Fulton County Program since 1986 and is the former co-executive director of the Georgia United States Arbitration & Mediation (USA&M) office in Atlanta. He has mediated over 4,000 tort, commercial and construction, medical malpractice, product liability and insurance cases.

Legal Malpractice


Alfred B. Adams III

Alfred B. Adams III was a high stakes litigator for 46 years. His work included commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases; both for plaintiffs and defendants. For more than two decades he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement. Having recently retired from his firm, he is ready to use his knowledge and skills to assist Henning clients in resolving their complex disputes. Al approaches his role as a neutral with an unbiased but informed sophistication, very goal oriented to achieving a win-win for the parties. While his legal understanding will be of great benefit, he is focused on a fair resolution of each new matter.

M. Gino Brogdon Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost ten years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino has tried high visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants. He has also become a highly sought after mediator and arbitrator, specializing in Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Complex Business, Construction, Discrimination, and Medico-legal issues. Gino has served as an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law and at John Marshall School of Law and served as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

William S. Goodman

William S. Goodman has practiced law for more than 35 years. He has mediated/arbitrated more than 2,000 cases. His areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability, and insurance litigation. He is a Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators. His peers have selected him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and as one of the Best Lawyers in America.

Alan F. Herman

A personable results oriented retired attorney with forty-two years of trial experience having tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts, and out-of-state venues and who has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others.

N.S. "Ken" Kendrick

After over thirty years of trial and transactional law practice and ten years of independent board service, Ken has worked for the past seven years as a full time mediator and arbitrator. Ken has mediated over 1,000 cases in twelve states while serving on the Henning panel resulting in over $200,000,000 in funded settlements.

Nicholas C. Moraitakis

Nicholas C. Moraitakis began his career with a litigation defense firm representing insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Mr. Moraitakis began a plaintiff’s practice representing individuals injured or killed as a result of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, trucking accidents, automobile accidents, product liability, premises liability and other negligent and intentional acts. Nick has litigated a number of cases in State, Superior and Federal Courts to successful conclusion. He has also been lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin is a founding partner of the BUSBY|NEGIN firm. He has a nationwide litigation practice that focuses on all types of general liability cases; including product liability, automobile and trucking litigation, insurance disputes, premises liability, insurance coverage, and construction litigation. Ron has handled cases in over twenty states for both insurance companies and large self-insured companies. In his practice Ron has participated as an advocate in over 200 mediations. He plans to use the skills he developed as an advocate to assist Henning clients in evaluating their cases and reaching settlement. Ron recently completed his Dispute Resolution training at Henning and is a certified mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin has been an arbitrator for the Superior Court of Fulton County Program since 1986 and is the former co-executive director of the Georgia United States Arbitration & Mediation (USA&M) office in Atlanta. He has mediated over 4,000 tort, commercial and construction, medical malpractice, product liability and insurance cases.

Joseph W. Watkins

Joseph W. Watkins has practiced as a civil trial lawyer for over 40 years. For the first 20 years of his career, Mr. Watkins was an insurance defense attorney, representing individuals, companies, and insurers in a wide variety of personal injury cases, large loss property damage cases, and insurance coverage disputes. In 1997, he began a plaintiff’s practice, where they concentrate their practice on representing individuals who have been severely injured and families of individuals who have died as a result of medical negligence, nursing home negligence, products liability, premises liability and automobile and trucking accidents.

Medical Malpractice


Alfred B. Adams III

Alfred B. Adams III was a high stakes litigator for 46 years. His work included commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases; both for plaintiffs and defendants. For more than two decades he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement. Having recently retired from his firm, he is ready to use his knowledge and skills to assist Henning clients in resolving their complex disputes. Al approaches his role as a neutral with an unbiased but informed sophistication, very goal oriented to achieving a win-win for the parties. While his legal understanding will be of great benefit, he is focused on a fair resolution of each new matter.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years. He is listed in the Who’s Who in American Law. Some of his areas of experience are personal injury, insurance law/coverage, product liability, labor and employment, civil rights, libel/slander, construction, consumer law, excess/umbrella insurance, legal negligence, trucking, education and medical negligence.

William S. Goodman

William S. Goodman has practiced law for more than 35 years. He has mediated/arbitrated more than 2,000 cases. His areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability, and insurance litigation. He is a Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators. His peers have selected him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and as one of the Best Lawyers in America.

Ron Lowry

Ron Lowry has practiced law since 1975. Ron began resolving cases as a lawyer using ADR more than 30 years ago. He has mediated and arbitrated cases as a neutral since 1999. His areas of experience include personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, government, and commercial litigation. Ron is a former President of the Cobb County Bar and currently is a member of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia.

Nicholas C. Moraitakis

Nicholas C. Moraitakis began his career with a litigation defense firm representing insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Mr. Moraitakis began a plaintiff’s practice representing individuals injured or killed as a result of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, trucking accidents, automobile accidents, product liability, premises liability and other negligent and intentional acts. Nick has litigated a number of cases in State, Superior and Federal Courts to successful conclusion. He has also been lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin has been an arbitrator for the Superior Court of Fulton County Program since 1986 and is the former co-executive director of the Georgia United States Arbitration & Mediation (USA&M) office in Atlanta. He has mediated over 4,000 tort, commercial and construction, medical malpractice, product liability and insurance cases.

Joseph W. Watkins

Joseph W. Watkins has practiced as a civil trial lawyer for over 40 years. For the first 20 years of his career, Mr. Watkins was an insurance defense attorney, representing individuals, companies, and insurers in a wide variety of personal injury cases, large loss property damage cases, and insurance coverage disputes. In 1997, he began a plaintiff’s practice, where they concentrate their practice on representing individuals who have been severely injured and families of individuals who have died as a result of medical negligence, nursing home negligence, products liability, premises liability and automobile and trucking accidents.

Nursing Home


J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

Nicholas C. Moraitakis

Nicholas C. Moraitakis began his career with a litigation defense firm representing insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Mr. Moraitakis began a plaintiff’s practice representing individuals injured or killed as a result of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, trucking accidents, automobile accidents, product liability, premises liability and other negligent and intentional acts. Nick has litigated a number of cases in State, Superior and Federal Courts to successful conclusion. He has also been lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Joseph W. Watkins

Joseph W. Watkins has practiced as a civil trial lawyer for over 40 years. For the first 20 years of his career, Mr. Watkins was an insurance defense attorney, representing individuals, companies, and insurers in a wide variety of personal injury cases, large loss property damage cases, and insurance coverage disputes. In 1997, he began a plaintiff’s practice, where they concentrate their practice on representing individuals who have been severely injured and families of individuals who have died as a result of medical negligence, nursing home negligence, products liability, premises liability and automobile and trucking accidents.

Personal Injury


Alfred B. Adams III

Alfred B. Adams III was a high stakes litigator for 46 years. His work included commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases; both for plaintiffs and defendants. For more than two decades he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement. Having recently retired from his firm, he is ready to use his knowledge and skills to assist Henning clients in resolving their complex disputes. Al approaches his role as a neutral with an unbiased but informed sophistication, very goal oriented to achieving a win-win for the parties. While his legal understanding will be of great benefit, he is focused on a fair resolution of each new matter.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years. He is listed in the Who’s Who in American Law. Some of his areas of experience are personal injury, insurance law/coverage, product liability, labor and employment, civil rights, libel/slander, construction, consumer law, excess/umbrella insurance, legal negligence, trucking, education and medical negligence.

William S. Goodman

William S. Goodman has practiced law for more than 35 years. He has mediated/arbitrated more than 2,000 cases. His areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability, and insurance litigation. He is a Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators. His peers have selected him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and as one of the Best Lawyers in America.

Alan F. Herman

A personable results oriented retired attorney with forty-two years of trial experience having tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts, and out-of-state venues and who has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others.

Ron Lowry

Ron Lowry has practiced law since 1975. Ron began resolving cases as a lawyer using ADR more than 30 years ago. He has mediated and arbitrated cases as a neutral since 1999. His areas of experience include personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, government, and commercial litigation. Ron is a former President of the Cobb County Bar and currently is a member of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia.

E. Speer Mabry III

E. Speer Mabry is the Senior Partner with Mabry & McClelland, LLP and practices in the State and Federal Courts. He is on the State of Georgia Registry as one certified to conduct mediation and arbitration proceedings. He has served as the Chair of the Dispute Resolution Section of the Atlanta Bar Association and served on active duty and in the U.S. Army Reserves for 30 years, retiring as a Colonel.

Nicholas C. Moraitakis

Nicholas C. Moraitakis began his career with a litigation defense firm representing insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Mr. Moraitakis began a plaintiff’s practice representing individuals injured or killed as a result of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, trucking accidents, automobile accidents, product liability, premises liability and other negligent and intentional acts. Nick has litigated a number of cases in State, Superior and Federal Courts to successful conclusion. He has also been lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

A. Lee Parks

A. Lee Parks is a Senior Partner at Parks, Chesin & Walbert, P.C. He has over 27 years of experience as a trial lawyer, primarily in the areas of labor and employment law, in both the public and private sector; constitutional law, civil rights, commercial litigation and personal injury matters. Mr. Parks' extensive trial and appellate experience allows him to assist litigants with a practical valuation of their case based on past results in similar cases, the judge or magistrate to which your case is assigned, the jury pool from which your jury will be selected and the appellate climate in which any verdict would be reviewed.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin is a founding partner of the BUSBY|NEGIN firm. He has a nationwide litigation practice that focuses on all types of general liability cases; including product liability, automobile and trucking litigation, insurance disputes, premises liability, insurance coverage, and construction litigation. Ron has handled cases in over twenty states for both insurance companies and large self-insured companies. In his practice Ron has participated as an advocate in over 200 mediations. He plans to use the skills he developed as an advocate to assist Henning clients in evaluating their cases and reaching settlement. Ron recently completed his Dispute Resolution training at Henning and is a certified mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin has been an arbitrator for the Superior Court of Fulton County Program since 1986 and is the former co-executive director of the Georgia United States Arbitration & Mediation (USA&M) office in Atlanta. He has mediated over 4,000 tort, commercial and construction, medical malpractice, product liability and insurance cases.

Premises Liability


M. Gino Brogdon Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost ten years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino has tried high visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants. He has also become a highly sought after mediator and arbitrator, specializing in Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Complex Business, Construction, Discrimination, and Medico-legal issues. Gino has served as an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law and at John Marshall School of Law and served as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

Alan F. Herman

A personable results oriented retired attorney with forty-two years of trial experience having tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts, and out-of-state venues and who has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others.

Nicholas C. Moraitakis

Nicholas C. Moraitakis began his career with a litigation defense firm representing insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Mr. Moraitakis began a plaintiff’s practice representing individuals injured or killed as a result of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, trucking accidents, automobile accidents, product liability, premises liability and other negligent and intentional acts. Nick has litigated a number of cases in State, Superior and Federal Courts to successful conclusion. He has also been lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin is a founding partner of the BUSBY|NEGIN firm. He has a nationwide litigation practice that focuses on all types of general liability cases; including product liability, automobile and trucking litigation, insurance disputes, premises liability, insurance coverage, and construction litigation. Ron has handled cases in over twenty states for both insurance companies and large self-insured companies. In his practice Ron has participated as an advocate in over 200 mediations. He plans to use the skills he developed as an advocate to assist Henning clients in evaluating their cases and reaching settlement. Ron recently completed his Dispute Resolution training at Henning and is a certified mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin has been an arbitrator for the Superior Court of Fulton County Program since 1986 and is the former co-executive director of the Georgia United States Arbitration & Mediation (USA&M) office in Atlanta. He has mediated over 4,000 tort, commercial and construction, medical malpractice, product liability and insurance cases.

Joseph W. Watkins

Joseph W. Watkins has practiced as a civil trial lawyer for over 40 years. For the first 20 years of his career, Mr. Watkins was an insurance defense attorney, representing individuals, companies, and insurers in a wide variety of personal injury cases, large loss property damage cases, and insurance coverage disputes. In 1997, he began a plaintiff’s practice, where they concentrate their practice on representing individuals who have been severely injured and families of individuals who have died as a result of medical negligence, nursing home negligence, products liability, premises liability and automobile and trucking accidents.

Product Liability


Alfred B. Adams III

Alfred B. Adams III was a high stakes litigator for 46 years. His work included commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases; both for plaintiffs and defendants. For more than two decades he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement. Having recently retired from his firm, he is ready to use his knowledge and skills to assist Henning clients in resolving their complex disputes. Al approaches his role as a neutral with an unbiased but informed sophistication, very goal oriented to achieving a win-win for the parties. While his legal understanding will be of great benefit, he is focused on a fair resolution of each new matter.

J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years. He is listed in the Who’s Who in American Law. Some of his areas of experience are personal injury, insurance law/coverage, product liability, labor and employment, civil rights, libel/slander, construction, consumer law, excess/umbrella insurance, legal negligence, trucking, education and medical negligence.

William S. Goodman

William S. Goodman has practiced law for more than 35 years. He has mediated/arbitrated more than 2,000 cases. His areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability, and insurance litigation. He is a Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators. His peers have selected him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and as one of the Best Lawyers in America.

Alan F. Herman

A personable results oriented retired attorney with forty-two years of trial experience having tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts, and out-of-state venues and who has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others.

Ron Lowry

Ron Lowry has practiced law since 1975. Ron began resolving cases as a lawyer using ADR more than 30 years ago. He has mediated and arbitrated cases as a neutral since 1999. His areas of experience include personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, government, and commercial litigation. Ron is a former President of the Cobb County Bar and currently is a member of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia.

Nicholas C. Moraitakis

Nicholas C. Moraitakis began his career with a litigation defense firm representing insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Mr. Moraitakis began a plaintiff’s practice representing individuals injured or killed as a result of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, trucking accidents, automobile accidents, product liability, premises liability and other negligent and intentional acts. Nick has litigated a number of cases in State, Superior and Federal Courts to successful conclusion. He has also been lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin is a founding partner of the BUSBY|NEGIN firm. He has a nationwide litigation practice that focuses on all types of general liability cases; including product liability, automobile and trucking litigation, insurance disputes, premises liability, insurance coverage, and construction litigation. Ron has handled cases in over twenty states for both insurance companies and large self-insured companies. In his practice Ron has participated as an advocate in over 200 mediations. He plans to use the skills he developed as an advocate to assist Henning clients in evaluating their cases and reaching settlement. Ron recently completed his Dispute Resolution training at Henning and is a certified mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin has been an arbitrator for the Superior Court of Fulton County Program since 1986 and is the former co-executive director of the Georgia United States Arbitration & Mediation (USA&M) office in Atlanta. He has mediated over 4,000 tort, commercial and construction, medical malpractice, product liability and insurance cases.

Joseph W. Watkins

Joseph W. Watkins has practiced as a civil trial lawyer for over 40 years. For the first 20 years of his career, Mr. Watkins was an insurance defense attorney, representing individuals, companies, and insurers in a wide variety of personal injury cases, large loss property damage cases, and insurance coverage disputes. In 1997, he began a plaintiff’s practice, where they concentrate their practice on representing individuals who have been severely injured and families of individuals who have died as a result of medical negligence, nursing home negligence, products liability, premises liability and automobile and trucking accidents.

Securities


Patrick G. Jones

Patrick G. Jones has been an attorney for over 35 years and brings a very unique and diverse background to his mediation and arbitration practice. He was a CPA with a Big Eight accounting firm; a partner in three major law firms in Atlanta during his first 17 years in private practice; the General Counsel, CFO and head of investor relations of a public technology company; and the Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Compensation Committee off a private technology company for more than 15 years.

N.S. "Ken" Kendrick

After over thirty years of trial and transactional law practice and ten years of independent board service, Ken has worked for the past seven years as a full time mediator and arbitrator. Ken has mediated over 1,000 cases in twelve states while serving on the Henning panel resulting in over $200,000,000 in funded settlements.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin is a founding partner of the BUSBY|NEGIN firm. He has a nationwide litigation practice that focuses on all types of general liability cases; including product liability, automobile and trucking litigation, insurance disputes, premises liability, insurance coverage, and construction litigation. Ron has handled cases in over twenty states for both insurance companies and large self-insured companies. In his practice Ron has participated as an advocate in over 200 mediations. He plans to use the skills he developed as an advocate to assist Henning clients in evaluating their cases and reaching settlement. Ron recently completed his Dispute Resolution training at Henning and is a certified mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.

Sexual Misconduct


Alfred B. Adams III

Alfred B. Adams III was a high stakes litigator for 46 years. His work included commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases; both for plaintiffs and defendants. For more than two decades he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement. Having recently retired from his firm, he is ready to use his knowledge and skills to assist Henning clients in resolving their complex disputes. Al approaches his role as a neutral with an unbiased but informed sophistication, very goal oriented to achieving a win-win for the parties. While his legal understanding will be of great benefit, he is focused on a fair resolution of each new matter.

M. Gino Brogdon Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost ten years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino has tried high visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants. He has also become a highly sought after mediator and arbitrator, specializing in Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Complex Business, Construction, Discrimination, and Medico-legal issues. Gino has served as an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law and at John Marshall School of Law and served as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years. He is listed in the Who’s Who in American Law. Some of his areas of experience are personal injury, insurance law/coverage, product liability, labor and employment, civil rights, libel/slander, construction, consumer law, excess/umbrella insurance, legal negligence, trucking, education and medical negligence.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Joseph W. Watkins

Joseph W. Watkins has practiced as a civil trial lawyer for over 40 years. For the first 20 years of his career, Mr. Watkins was an insurance defense attorney, representing individuals, companies, and insurers in a wide variety of personal injury cases, large loss property damage cases, and insurance coverage disputes. In 1997, he began a plaintiff’s practice, where they concentrate their practice on representing individuals who have been severely injured and families of individuals who have died as a result of medical negligence, nursing home negligence, products liability, premises liability and automobile and trucking accidents.

Trucking


M. Gino Brogdon Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost ten years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino has tried high visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants. He has also become a highly sought after mediator and arbitrator, specializing in Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Complex Business, Construction, Discrimination, and Medico-legal issues. Gino has served as an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law and at John Marshall School of Law and served as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years. He is listed in the Who’s Who in American Law. Some of his areas of experience are personal injury, insurance law/coverage, product liability, labor and employment, civil rights, libel/slander, construction, consumer law, excess/umbrella insurance, legal negligence, trucking, education and medical negligence.

Alan F. Herman

A personable results oriented retired attorney with forty-two years of trial experience having tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts, and out-of-state venues and who has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin is a founding partner of the BUSBY|NEGIN firm. He has a nationwide litigation practice that focuses on all types of general liability cases; including product liability, automobile and trucking litigation, insurance disputes, premises liability, insurance coverage, and construction litigation. Ron has handled cases in over twenty states for both insurance companies and large self-insured companies. In his practice Ron has participated as an advocate in over 200 mediations. He plans to use the skills he developed as an advocate to assist Henning clients in evaluating their cases and reaching settlement. Ron recently completed his Dispute Resolution training at Henning and is a certified mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Wrongful Death


Alfred B. Adams III

Alfred B. Adams III was a high stakes litigator for 46 years. His work included commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases; both for plaintiffs and defendants. For more than two decades he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement. Having recently retired from his firm, he is ready to use his knowledge and skills to assist Henning clients in resolving their complex disputes. Al approaches his role as a neutral with an unbiased but informed sophistication, very goal oriented to achieving a win-win for the parties. While his legal understanding will be of great benefit, he is focused on a fair resolution of each new matter.

M. Gino Brogdon Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost ten years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino has tried high visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants. He has also become a highly sought after mediator and arbitrator, specializing in Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Complex Business, Construction, Discrimination, and Medico-legal issues. Gino has served as an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law and at John Marshall School of Law and served as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

J. Antonio DelCampo

As a Judge in the State Court of DeKalb County, the Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo presided over complex civil and criminal cases for almost ten years. Prior to his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo handled complex civil matters representing defendants and their insureds, as well as plaintiffs. After retiring from the bench in 2011, Judge DelCampo handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses, and is an active member of his community.

Ron Lowry

Ron Lowry has practiced law since 1975. Ron began resolving cases as a lawyer using ADR more than 30 years ago. He has mediated and arbitrated cases as a neutral since 1999. His areas of experience include personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, government, and commercial litigation. Ron is a former President of the Cobb County Bar and currently is a member of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia.

Nicholas C. Moraitakis

Nicholas C. Moraitakis began his career with a litigation defense firm representing insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Mr. Moraitakis began a plaintiff’s practice representing individuals injured or killed as a result of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, trucking accidents, automobile accidents, product liability, premises liability and other negligent and intentional acts. Nick has litigated a number of cases in State, Superior and Federal Courts to successful conclusion. He has also been lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

Rex D. Smith

Rex D. Smith was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1976. In his 40 years of active practice he tried over 100 cases and had a strong trial and appellate practice. Mr. Smith has handled over 2,250 mediations/arbitrations. He has been selected by his peers to Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers and holds the AV® Preeminent rating, the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating.

Joseph W. Watkins

Joseph W. Watkins has practiced as a civil trial lawyer for over 40 years. For the first 20 years of his career, Mr. Watkins was an insurance defense attorney, representing individuals, companies, and insurers in a wide variety of personal injury cases, large loss property damage cases, and insurance coverage disputes. In 1997, he began a plaintiff’s practice, where they concentrate their practice on representing individuals who have been severely injured and families of individuals who have died as a result of medical negligence, nursing home negligence, products liability, premises liability and automobile and trucking accidents.

Fees

  • Administrative: $200.00 per party, per day.
  • Neutral/Mediator: See full table. All rates are per party, per hour.
    • Note: Hourly fees are the same for any additional time spent on document review, research, written findings of fact/law, or if necessary, to prepare an informed award or evaluation.
  • Travel: Some individual mediators have travel fees that deviate from Henning's standard policy. Please see the panel on the sidebar of each individual Neutral's bio page.
    • Standard: Travel time outside the metro Atlanta area - $125.00 per hour for travel time, plus reasonable, transportation, lodging and meal expenses.
    • There is a seven (7) hour minimum hearing length for out of town mediations.

Policies

  • Minimum: There is a four (4) hour minimum charge for all hearings, including cancellations, postponements or rescheduling.
  • Split: All fees, expenses, costs and travel time will be split equally among all parties, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
  • Terms: Payment terms are Net 30 days.
  • Contract: Our contract for services is with the attorney(s). We extend credit, with no advance deposit required, based on the attorney(s) credit. The attorney, in turn, collects from their client(s). Therefore, we expect payment, within the terms allowed, from the attorney(s) regardless of client activity.
  • Arbitration: Advance deposits are required for all arbitrations. All fees must be paid in full, by all parties, before an arbitration award will be published to any party. Please view our full Arbitration policy.

Written confirmation of your hearing will be emailed to all parties within 48 hours of the case information being confirmed to Henning.

Our staff will re-confirm the hearing date and time by email approximately two (2) weeks in advance of the scheduled hearing date. If the matter is cancelled or rescheduled at or before this time, no cancellation fees will apply. Our case coordinators will be happy to assist you in rescheduling your matter for another date that is suitable for all parties.

No cancellation fee will be charged if the matter is cancelled or rescheduled at least fourteen (14) calendar days before the date scheduled. All cancellations or rescheduling notices must be received in writing.

If the hearing date is cancelled or rescheduled, for any reason, within fourteen (14) days of the original date set, a cancellation fee of 4 hours will be charged at the assigned neutrals hourly rate to each party.

Cases that are booked within the fourteen day cancellation window will be considered confirmed, and will be subject to the cancellation policy detailed above.

All requests for cancellation must be received in writing, preferably via email to scheduling@henningmediation.com. The request should include the HMA matter #, the style of the case, the original hearing date and the reason for the requested cancellation. Please copy all participants in the matter on your cancellation request.

We trust this policy will allow our clients to secure hearing dates with their preferred neutral and also be fair to our mediators who are making the commitment to work your case on the date scheduled.

A copy of this notice is emailed with a confirmation letter to all known participants prior to the hearing.

Written confirmation of your hearing will be emailed to all parties within 48 hours of the case information being confirmed to Henning.

Our staff will re-confirm the hearing date and time by email approximately two (2) weeks in advance of the scheduled hearing date. If the matter is cancelled or rescheduled at or before this time, no cancellation fees will apply. Our case coordinators will be happy to assist you in rescheduling your matter for another date that is suitable for all parties.

No cancellation fee will be charged if the matter is cancelled or rescheduled at least fourteen (14) calendar days before the date scheduled. All cancellations or rescheduling notices must be received in writing.

If the hearing date is cancelled or rescheduled, for any reason, within fourteen (14) days of the original date set, a cancellation fee of 4 hours will be charged at the assigned neutrals hourly rate to each party.

Cases that are booked within the fourteen day cancellation window will be considered confirmed, and will be subject to the cancellation policy detailed above.

All requests for cancellation must be received in writing, preferably via email to scheduling@henningmediation.com. The request should include the HMA matter #, the style of the case, the original hearing date and the reason for the requested cancellation. Please copy all participants in the matter on your cancellation request.

We trust this policy will allow our clients to secure hearing dates with their preferred neutral and also be fair to our mediators who are making the commitment to work your case on the date scheduled.

A copy of this notice is emailed with a confirmation letter to all known participants prior to the hearing.