Edward B. Krugman
For nearly 40 years, Edward Krugman has litigated complex civil cases at Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore, LLP, achieving optimal outcomes for both plaintiffs and defendants. He has participated as a advocate in scores of mediations as counsel, has served as an arbitrator in numerous fee disputes for the State Bar of Georgia, and has also served as a special master. Edward is also recognized Edward as a leading lawyer in the fields of general commercial litigation and antitrust.Biography Calendar
Is Pleased To Announce
Nisbet “Ken” Kendrick
has become a Fellow in the
American College of Civil Trial Mediators.
Membership in ACCTM is limited to approximately 150 neutrals nationally.
We congratulate Ken who joins Henning panel members Arthur H. Glaser, Hon. M. Gino Brogdon, Sr. and William S. Goodman as Fellows in ACCTM.
John J. Goger
Judge Goger recently retired as a trial judge in the Superior Courts of Fulton County. He served as a judge in both State and Superior Courts since 1995. Prior to taking the Bench, he was in private practice with an emphasis in commercial litigation and bankruptcy. As a judge, he presided over complex civil and criminal cases. Since 2011 he has been the Presiding Judge of the Metro Atlanta Business Court Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County.Biography Calendar
Greg K. Hecht
Greg K. Hecht is a founding Principal of Hecht Walker, P.C. He has been lead counsel in over 300 Trials and 1,000 Hearings. His areas of expertise include business, commercial and real estate litigation, local government law, commercial landlord/tenant, contract, 42 USC 1983, zoning, land use, employment law, discrimination, FLSA, personal injury & wrongful death, and civil litigation. He plans to use the skills he developed as an advocate over the past 30 years to assist Henning clients in evaluating their cases and reaching settlement.Biography Calendar
George R. Neuhauser
George R. Neuhauser has tried and mediated cases in 40 states, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Canada, primarily as National Product Counsel for the world's largest home appliance manufacturer. In that role he defended the company in its products liability litigation in serious personal injury and wrongful death cases in Georgia and around the nation. He plans to use the skills he developed as an advocate over the past 40 years to assist Henning clients in evaluating their cases and reaching settlement.Biography Calendar
In mediation, a neutral third party facilitates a discussion between the parties and their attorneys, and keeps them focused on options to resolve the dispute.
In arbitration, a neutral third party conducts a hearing where the parties and their attorneys present written and oral evidence.
Welcome to Henning Mediation & Arbitration Service
Pioneers in the art of Dispute Resolution.
Henning built its reputation with experienced Dispute Resolution professionals who work tirelessly to settle your client’s dispute. Henning is dedicated to helping you find the right solution by offering a variety of dispute resolution services including mediation, arbitration and training. We offer these services in an inviting, relaxed atmosphere that enhances the settlement process.
Henning Panel of Neutrals
Participants will learn how to mediate a variety of disputes including employment, business, and personal injury. By engaging in numerous role plays, participants will gain the skills necessary to become successful mediators, and an understanding of how to effectively represent clients in mediation.
You will learn state and federal arbitration law, arbitration procedure, how to draft arbitration awards, arbitrator skills, ethics, and arbitration advocacy.
In addition to learning about the mediation process and techniques, participants will receive instruction in family law, use of the Child Support calculator, financial issues, ethics, parenting plan guidelines and domestic violence.