I find the neutrals I have used at Henning to be first rate. They learn and understand the cases and are practical but willing to express their opinions in a positive way.


Al A.

Neutral Two Party Three Party Four Party
Alfred B. Adams, III $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
Hubert J. Bell, Jr. $275.00 $220.00 $190.00
Hon. M. Gino Brogdon, Sr. $7,500.00 per day
Hon. J. Antonio DelCampo $350.00 $275.00 $225.00
Adam R. Gaslowitz $325.00 $265.00 $225.00
Arthur H. Glaser $375.00 $310.00 $265.00
Hon. John J. Goger $275.00 $220.00 $190.00
William S. Goodman $300.00 $230.00 $200.00
Greg K. Hecht $275.00 $220.00 $190.00
Alan F. Herman $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
Patrick G. Jones $275.00 $220.00 $190.00
N.S. "Ken" Kendrick, III $325.00 $265.00 $225.00
Edward B. Krugman $325.00 $265.00 $225.00
Ron Lowry $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
Nicholas C. Moraitakis $325.00 $265.00 $225.00
Ronald F. Negin $250.00 $200.00 $175.00
A. Lee Parks $325.00 $265.00 $225.00
R. Clay Ratterree $300.00 $230.00 $200.00
Hon. Randy Rich $325.00 $265.00 $225.00
Patricia A. Siuta $350.00 $300.00 $250.00
Thomas W. Tobin $425.00 $375.00 $325.00
Joseph W. Watkins $325.00 $265.00 $225.00















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Our neutrals are some of the most experienced neutrals in the world.

Aviation


Alfred B. Adams, III

Alfred B. Adams, III comes to Henning Mediation with 46 years of high-stakes litigation experience. His past work includes commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases both for plaintiffs and defendants. Before retiring from his firm, he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement for more than two decades. At Henning, Al uses his knowledge, skills and goal-oriented approach to assist clients in fairly resolving complex disputes.

Hubert J. Bell, Jr.

Hubert J. Bell, Jr. has practiced law with Smith, Currie & Hancock, LLP since 1981, and was named partner in 1986. An active neutral since 1985, he specializes in alternative dispute resolution, construction, government contracts, administrative law and commercial transactions. Hubert currently serves as co-chair of the ADR Committee of the Section of Public Contract Law, American Bar Association.

Nicholas C. Moraitakis

Nicholas C. Moraitakis began his career with a litigation defense firm that represented insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Nick 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 conclusions. He has also served as lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Bankruptcy


John J. Goger

Judge John J. Goger has served as a trial judge in the State and Superior Courts of Fulton County since 1995, presiding over complex civil and criminal cases. Before taking the bench, he worked in private practice with an emphasis on commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Since 2011, he has been the Presiding Judge of the Metro Atlanta Business Court Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County, and was appointed Senior Judge in 2019. His storied career includes overseeing the incorporation of the Gwinnett Superior and State Courts into the Business Court Division (2016), as well as a three-year stint in the Family Division of the Superior Court.

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. Edward has participated as an advocate in scores of mediations as counsel, worked as an arbitrator in numerous fee disputes for the State Bar of Georgia, and served as a special master. Honored as an Atlanta Super Lawyer every year since the award’s inception, Chambers USA recognized Edward as a leading lawyer in general commercial litigation and antitrust.

Business


Adam R. Gaslowitz

Adam Gaslowitz has practiced in the fiduciary field for over 35 years. He founded his law firm in 1989 that became one of the largest fiduciary litigation boutique firms in the Southeast. A longtime mediation advocate, Adam has successfully mediated hundreds of cases. He brings a career’s worth of litigation experience, problem-resolution expertise, and a profound understanding of navigating human relationships to Henning Mediation. Throughout his career, Adam has appeared on CNN and The Layman’s Lawyer and is often quoted in publications like The New York Times, Time Magazine, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Trust and Estate Magazine, and Fortune Magazine.

William S. Goodman

Having practiced law for over 35 years, William S. Goodman has mediated and arbitrated thousands of cases in his storied career. A Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators, his areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability and insurance litigation. With his varied and vast experience, Bill’s peers voted him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and one of the Best Lawyers in America. His skill level – coupled with persistence, good humor and compassion – provides his clients the best chance for successful resolutions.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

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.

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. Edward has participated as an advocate in scores of mediations as counsel, worked as an arbitrator in numerous fee disputes for the State Bar of Georgia, and served as a special master. Honored as an Atlanta Super Lawyer every year since the award’s inception, Chambers USA recognized Edward as a leading lawyer in general commercial litigation and antitrust.

Patrick G. Jones

Having practiced law for over 40 years, Patrick G. Jones brings a unique and diverse background to Henning Mediation. This includes a CPA with a Big Eight accounting firm, a partner in three major law firms in Atlanta, and the General Counsel/CFO/head of investor relations of a public technology company. Pat has worked as a mediator and arbitrator since 2003 and returned to practicing law in 2007. He is also one of few people in the Southeast who has served as a Non-IRS Co-Mediator at the IRS Appeals level.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin worked in private practice as a litigator for both plaintiffs and defendants before becoming heavily involved in ADR in 1986. He has mediated over 4,500 civil cases – including mass torts and class actions – representing over 1.5 billion dollars in settlements. Having been on the panel since our inception, he is currently the longest-tenured mediator at Henning Mediation. Tom has a particular interest in automobile product defect cases due to his experience in automobile racing.

Church Liability


M. Gino Brogdon, Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost 10 years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino tried high-visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants and has become a highly sought-after mediator and arbitrator. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at both Emory University School of Law and John Marshall School of Law, as well 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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years and is listed in the “Who’s Who in American Law.” To Henning Mediation, Arthur brings ample expertise in 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.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Civil Rights


Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years and is listed in the “Who’s Who in American Law.” To Henning Mediation, Arthur brings ample expertise in 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.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

A. Lee Parks

A Senior Partner at Parks, Chesin & Walbert, P.C., A. Lee Parks has over 43 years of experience as a trial lawyer, primarily in labor and employment law in the public and private sector. Lee’s extensive trial and appellate experience help him assist litigants with practical valuations of their cases based on past results in similar cases, the assigned judge or magistrate, the jury pool, and the appellate climate in which any verdict would be reviewed. His ongoing trial practice represents plaintiffs and defendants, keeping him current with the numerous factors essential to meaningful litigation risk analysis and successful mediation.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Complex Domestic Relations


Adam R. Gaslowitz

Adam Gaslowitz has practiced in the fiduciary field for over 35 years. He founded his law firm in 1989 that became one of the largest fiduciary litigation boutique firms in the Southeast. A longtime mediation advocate, Adam has successfully mediated hundreds of cases. He brings a career’s worth of litigation experience, problem-resolution expertise, and a profound understanding of navigating human relationships to Henning Mediation. Throughout his career, Adam has appeared on CNN and The Layman’s Lawyer and is often quoted in publications like The New York Times, Time Magazine, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Trust and Estate Magazine, and Fortune Magazine.

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.

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. Edward has participated as an advocate in scores of mediations as counsel, worked as an arbitrator in numerous fee disputes for the State Bar of Georgia, and served as a special master. Honored as an Atlanta Super Lawyer every year since the award’s inception, Chambers USA recognized Edward as a leading lawyer in general commercial litigation and antitrust.

John J. Goger

Judge John J. Goger has served as a trial judge in the State and Superior Courts of Fulton County since 1995, presiding over complex civil and criminal cases. Before taking the bench, he worked in private practice with an emphasis on commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Since 2011, he has been the Presiding Judge of the Metro Atlanta Business Court Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County, and was appointed Senior Judge in 2019. His storied career includes overseeing the incorporation of the Gwinnett Superior and State Courts into the Business Court Division (2016), as well as a three-year stint in the Family Division of the Superior Court.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Complex Fiduciary Disputes


Adam R. Gaslowitz

Adam Gaslowitz has practiced in the fiduciary field for over 35 years. He founded his law firm in 1989 that became one of the largest fiduciary litigation boutique firms in the Southeast. A longtime mediation advocate, Adam has successfully mediated hundreds of cases. He brings a career’s worth of litigation experience, problem-resolution expertise, and a profound understanding of navigating human relationships to Henning Mediation. Throughout his career, Adam has appeared on CNN and The Layman’s Lawyer and is often quoted in publications like The New York Times, Time Magazine, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Trust and Estate Magazine, and Fortune Magazine.

John J. Goger

Judge John J. Goger has served as a trial judge in the State and Superior Courts of Fulton County since 1995, presiding over complex civil and criminal cases. Before taking the bench, he worked in private practice with an emphasis on commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Since 2011, he has been the Presiding Judge of the Metro Atlanta Business Court Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County, and was appointed Senior Judge in 2019. His storied career includes overseeing the incorporation of the Gwinnett Superior and State Courts into the Business Court Division (2016), as well as a three-year stint in the Family Division of the Superior Court.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

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.

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. Edward has participated as an advocate in scores of mediations as counsel, worked as an arbitrator in numerous fee disputes for the State Bar of Georgia, and served as a special master. Honored as an Atlanta Super Lawyer every year since the award’s inception, Chambers USA recognized Edward as a leading lawyer in general commercial litigation and antitrust.

Commercial Litigation


Adam R. Gaslowitz

Adam Gaslowitz has practiced in the fiduciary field for over 35 years. He founded his law firm in 1989 that became one of the largest fiduciary litigation boutique firms in the Southeast. A longtime mediation advocate, Adam has successfully mediated hundreds of cases. He brings a career’s worth of litigation experience, problem-resolution expertise, and a profound understanding of navigating human relationships to Henning Mediation. Throughout his career, Adam has appeared on CNN and The Layman’s Lawyer and is often quoted in publications like The New York Times, Time Magazine, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Trust and Estate Magazine, and Fortune Magazine.

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.

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. Edward has participated as an advocate in scores of mediations as counsel, worked as an arbitrator in numerous fee disputes for the State Bar of Georgia, and served as a special master. Honored as an Atlanta Super Lawyer every year since the award’s inception, Chambers USA recognized Edward as a leading lawyer in general commercial litigation and antitrust.

John J. Goger

Judge John J. Goger has served as a trial judge in the State and Superior Courts of Fulton County since 1995, presiding over complex civil and criminal cases. Before taking the bench, he worked in private practice with an emphasis on commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Since 2011, he has been the Presiding Judge of the Metro Atlanta Business Court Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County, and was appointed Senior Judge in 2019. His storied career includes overseeing the incorporation of the Gwinnett Superior and State Courts into the Business Court Division (2016), as well as a three-year stint in the Family Division of the Superior Court.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Construction


Alfred B. Adams, III

Alfred B. Adams, III comes to Henning Mediation with 46 years of high-stakes litigation experience. His past work includes commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases both for plaintiffs and defendants. Before retiring from his firm, he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement for more than two decades. At Henning, Al uses his knowledge, skills and goal-oriented approach to assist clients in fairly resolving complex disputes.

Hubert J. Bell, Jr.

Hubert J. Bell, Jr. has practiced law with Smith, Currie & Hancock, LLP since 1981, and was named partner in 1986. An active neutral since 1985, he specializes in alternative dispute resolution, construction, government contracts, administrative law and commercial transactions. Hubert currently serves as co-chair of the ADR Committee of the Section of Public Contract Law, American Bar Association.

M. Gino Brogdon, Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost 10 years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino tried high-visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants and has become a highly sought-after mediator and arbitrator. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at both Emory University School of Law and John Marshall School of Law, as well as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years and is listed in the “Who’s Who in American Law.” To Henning Mediation, Arthur brings ample expertise in 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

Having practiced law for over 35 years, William S. Goodman has mediated and arbitrated thousands of cases in his storied career. A Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators, his areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability and insurance litigation. With his varied and vast experience, Bill’s peers voted him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and one of the Best Lawyers in America. His skill level – coupled with persistence, good humor and compassion – provides his clients the best chance for successful resolutions.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Alan F. Herman

Alan F. Herman brings 42 years of trial experience to Henning Mediation. He tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts and out-of-state venues before his retirement as an attorney. Both personable and results-oriented, Alan has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants, and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others. His key competencies include cases arising from construction-related incidents, premises liability, trucking and auto collisions, professional liability, insurance disputes, breach of contract matters, and cases arising from negligence.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin has a nationwide litigation practice and focuses on all types of general liability cases, including (but not limited to): product liability, automobile litigation, trucking litigation, premises liability matters, negligent security cases, construction litigation, and all types of insurance disputes. Ron has handled cases in over 20 states, as well as Canada and Mexico. Handling cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, his cases routinely involve controversies in excess of $5 million.

R. Clay Ratterree

Clay Ratterree offers 40+ years of broad civil litigation experience in a wide range of matters in state and federal courts. He has maintained an extensive mediation and arbitration practice since 1992 and is a member of the Georgia, Colorado and American Bar Associations. He previously served as Chairman of the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and an officer of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Since 2002, Clay has been recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America and as a Georgia Super Lawyer since 2004.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin worked in private practice as a litigator for both plaintiffs and defendants before becoming heavily involved in ADR in 1986. He has mediated over 4,500 civil cases – including mass torts and class actions – representing over 1.5 billion dollars in settlements. Having been on the panel since our inception, he is currently the longest-tenured mediator at Henning Mediation. Tom has a particular interest in automobile product defect cases due to his experience in automobile racing.

Fair Labor Standards Act


M. Gino Brogdon, Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost 10 years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino tried high-visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants and has become a highly sought-after mediator and arbitrator. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at both Emory University School of Law and John Marshall School of Law, as well 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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

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. Edward has participated as an advocate in scores of mediations as counsel, worked as an arbitrator in numerous fee disputes for the State Bar of Georgia, and served as a special master. Honored as an Atlanta Super Lawyer every year since the award’s inception, Chambers USA recognized Edward as a leading lawyer in general commercial litigation and antitrust.

A. Lee Parks

A Senior Partner at Parks, Chesin & Walbert, P.C., A. Lee Parks has over 43 years of experience as a trial lawyer, primarily in labor and employment law in the public and private sector. Lee’s extensive trial and appellate experience help him assist litigants with practical valuations of their cases based on past results in similar cases, the assigned judge or magistrate, the jury pool, and the appellate climate in which any verdict would be reviewed. His ongoing trial practice represents plaintiffs and defendants, keeping him current with the numerous factors essential to meaningful litigation risk analysis and successful mediation.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Government Disputes


John J. Goger

Judge John J. Goger has served as a trial judge in the State and Superior Courts of Fulton County since 1995, presiding over complex civil and criminal cases. Before taking the bench, he worked in private practice with an emphasis on commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Since 2011, he has been the Presiding Judge of the Metro Atlanta Business Court Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County, and was appointed Senior Judge in 2019. His storied career includes overseeing the incorporation of the Gwinnett Superior and State Courts into the Business Court Division (2016), as well as a three-year stint in the Family Division of the Superior Court.

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. Edward has participated as an advocate in scores of mediations as counsel, worked as an arbitrator in numerous fee disputes for the State Bar of Georgia, and served as a special master. Honored as an Atlanta Super Lawyer every year since the award’s inception, Chambers USA recognized Edward as a leading lawyer in general commercial litigation and antitrust.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Insurance Coverage


Alfred B. Adams, III

Alfred B. Adams, III comes to Henning Mediation with 46 years of high-stakes litigation experience. His past work includes commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases both for plaintiffs and defendants. Before retiring from his firm, he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement for more than two decades. At Henning, Al uses his knowledge, skills and goal-oriented approach to assist clients in fairly resolving complex disputes.

M. Gino Brogdon, Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost 10 years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino tried high-visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants and has become a highly sought-after mediator and arbitrator. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at both Emory University School of Law and John Marshall School of Law, as well 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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Ron Lowry

Having practiced law since 1975, Ron Lowry 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 serves as a member of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin has a nationwide litigation practice and focuses on all types of general liability cases, including (but not limited to): product liability, automobile litigation, trucking litigation, premises liability matters, negligent security cases, construction litigation, and all types of insurance disputes. Ron has handled cases in over 20 states, as well as Canada and Mexico. Handling cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, his cases routinely involve controversies in excess of $5 million.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Joseph W. Watkins

With 40+ years of civil trial law experience, Joseph spent the first 20 years of his career as an insurance defense attorney. In 1997, he and two partners started a plaintiff’s practice concentrated on personal injury, negligence, liability and accidental death. Having tried numerous cases for plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts, Joseph has argued cases before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, as well as before the 11th and 5th Circuit United States Courts of Appeal. He began a part-time mediation practice in 2005 and joined Henning in 2017.

Labor & Employment


M. Gino Brogdon, Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost 10 years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino tried high-visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants and has become a highly sought-after mediator and arbitrator. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at both Emory University School of Law and John Marshall School of Law, as well 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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years and is listed in the “Who’s Who in American Law.” To Henning Mediation, Arthur brings ample expertise in 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

Having practiced law for over 35 years, William S. Goodman has mediated and arbitrated thousands of cases in his storied career. A Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators, his areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability and insurance litigation. With his varied and vast experience, Bill’s peers voted him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and one of the Best Lawyers in America. His skill level – coupled with persistence, good humor and compassion – provides his clients the best chance for successful resolutions.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

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. Edward has participated as an advocate in scores of mediations as counsel, worked as an arbitrator in numerous fee disputes for the State Bar of Georgia, and served as a special master. Honored as an Atlanta Super Lawyer every year since the award’s inception, Chambers USA recognized Edward as a leading lawyer in general commercial litigation and antitrust.

Patrick G. Jones

Having practiced law for over 40 years, Patrick G. Jones brings a unique and diverse background to Henning Mediation. This includes a CPA with a Big Eight accounting firm, a partner in three major law firms in Atlanta, and the General Counsel/CFO/head of investor relations of a public technology company. Pat has worked as a mediator and arbitrator since 2003 and returned to practicing law in 2007. He is also one of few people in the Southeast who has served as a Non-IRS Co-Mediator at the IRS Appeals level.

A. Lee Parks

A Senior Partner at Parks, Chesin & Walbert, P.C., A. Lee Parks has over 43 years of experience as a trial lawyer, primarily in labor and employment law in the public and private sector. Lee’s extensive trial and appellate experience help him assist litigants with practical valuations of their cases based on past results in similar cases, the assigned judge or magistrate, the jury pool, and the appellate climate in which any verdict would be reviewed. His ongoing trial practice represents plaintiffs and defendants, keeping him current with the numerous factors essential to meaningful litigation risk analysis and successful mediation.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin worked in private practice as a litigator for both plaintiffs and defendants before becoming heavily involved in ADR in 1986. He has mediated over 4,500 civil cases – including mass torts and class actions – representing over 1.5 billion dollars in settlements. Having been on the panel since our inception, he is currently the longest-tenured mediator at Henning Mediation. Tom has a particular interest in automobile product defect cases due to his experience in automobile racing.

Legal Malpractice


Alfred B. Adams, III

Alfred B. Adams, III comes to Henning Mediation with 46 years of high-stakes litigation experience. His past work includes commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases both for plaintiffs and defendants. Before retiring from his firm, he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement for more than two decades. At Henning, Al uses his knowledge, skills and goal-oriented approach to assist clients in fairly resolving complex disputes.

M. Gino Brogdon, Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost 10 years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino tried high-visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants and has become a highly sought-after mediator and arbitrator. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at both Emory University School of Law and John Marshall School of Law, as well as a faculty member of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

John J. Goger

Judge John J. Goger has served as a trial judge in the State and Superior Courts of Fulton County since 1995, presiding over complex civil and criminal cases. Before taking the bench, he worked in private practice with an emphasis on commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Since 2011, he has been the Presiding Judge of the Metro Atlanta Business Court Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County, and was appointed Senior Judge in 2019. His storied career includes overseeing the incorporation of the Gwinnett Superior and State Courts into the Business Court Division (2016), as well as a three-year stint in the Family Division of the Superior Court.

William S. Goodman

Having practiced law for over 35 years, William S. Goodman has mediated and arbitrated thousands of cases in his storied career. A Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators, his areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability and insurance litigation. With his varied and vast experience, Bill’s peers voted him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and one of the Best Lawyers in America. His skill level – coupled with persistence, good humor and compassion – provides his clients the best chance for successful resolutions.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Alan F. Herman

Alan F. Herman brings 42 years of trial experience to Henning Mediation. He tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts and out-of-state venues before his retirement as an attorney. Both personable and results-oriented, Alan has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants, and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others. His key competencies include cases arising from construction-related incidents, premises liability, trucking and auto collisions, professional liability, insurance disputes, breach of contract matters, and cases arising from negligence.

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 that represented insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Nick 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 conclusions. He has also served as 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 has a nationwide litigation practice and focuses on all types of general liability cases, including (but not limited to): product liability, automobile litigation, trucking litigation, premises liability matters, negligent security cases, construction litigation, and all types of insurance disputes. Ron has handled cases in over 20 states, as well as Canada and Mexico. Handling cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, his cases routinely involve controversies in excess of $5 million.

R. Clay Ratterree

Clay Ratterree offers 40+ years of broad civil litigation experience in a wide range of matters in state and federal courts. He has maintained an extensive mediation and arbitration practice since 1992 and is a member of the Georgia, Colorado and American Bar Associations. He previously served as Chairman of the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and an officer of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Since 2002, Clay has been recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America and as a Georgia Super Lawyer since 2004.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin worked in private practice as a litigator for both plaintiffs and defendants before becoming heavily involved in ADR in 1986. He has mediated over 4,500 civil cases – including mass torts and class actions – representing over 1.5 billion dollars in settlements. Having been on the panel since our inception, he is currently the longest-tenured mediator at Henning Mediation. Tom has a particular interest in automobile product defect cases due to his experience in automobile racing.

Joseph W. Watkins

With 40+ years of civil trial law experience, Joseph spent the first 20 years of his career as an insurance defense attorney. In 1997, he and two partners started a plaintiff’s practice concentrated on personal injury, negligence, liability and accidental death. Having tried numerous cases for plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts, Joseph has argued cases before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, as well as before the 11th and 5th Circuit United States Courts of Appeal. He began a part-time mediation practice in 2005 and joined Henning in 2017.

Medical Malpractice


Alfred B. Adams, III

Alfred B. Adams, III comes to Henning Mediation with 46 years of high-stakes litigation experience. His past work includes commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases both for plaintiffs and defendants. Before retiring from his firm, he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement for more than two decades. At Henning, Al uses his knowledge, skills and goal-oriented approach to assist clients in fairly resolving complex disputes.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years and is listed in the “Who’s Who in American Law.” To Henning Mediation, Arthur brings ample expertise in 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

Having practiced law for over 35 years, William S. Goodman has mediated and arbitrated thousands of cases in his storied career. A Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators, his areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability and insurance litigation. With his varied and vast experience, Bill’s peers voted him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and one of the Best Lawyers in America. His skill level – coupled with persistence, good humor and compassion – provides his clients the best chance for successful resolutions.

Ron Lowry

Having practiced law since 1975, Ron Lowry 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 serves as 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 that represented insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Nick 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 conclusions. He has also served as lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

R. Clay Ratterree

Clay Ratterree offers 40+ years of broad civil litigation experience in a wide range of matters in state and federal courts. He has maintained an extensive mediation and arbitration practice since 1992 and is a member of the Georgia, Colorado and American Bar Associations. He previously served as Chairman of the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and an officer of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Since 2002, Clay has been recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America and as a Georgia Super Lawyer since 2004.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin worked in private practice as a litigator for both plaintiffs and defendants before becoming heavily involved in ADR in 1986. He has mediated over 4,500 civil cases – including mass torts and class actions – representing over 1.5 billion dollars in settlements. Having been on the panel since our inception, he is currently the longest-tenured mediator at Henning Mediation. Tom has a particular interest in automobile product defect cases due to his experience in automobile racing.

Joseph W. Watkins

With 40+ years of civil trial law experience, Joseph spent the first 20 years of his career as an insurance defense attorney. In 1997, he and two partners started a plaintiff’s practice concentrated on personal injury, negligence, liability and accidental death. Having tried numerous cases for plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts, Joseph has argued cases before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, as well as before the 11th and 5th Circuit United States Courts of Appeal. He began a part-time mediation practice in 2005 and joined Henning in 2017.

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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

Nicholas C. Moraitakis

Nicholas C. Moraitakis began his career with a litigation defense firm that represented insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Nick 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 conclusions. He has also served as lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Joseph W. Watkins

With 40+ years of civil trial law experience, Joseph spent the first 20 years of his career as an insurance defense attorney. In 1997, he and two partners started a plaintiff’s practice concentrated on personal injury, negligence, liability and accidental death. Having tried numerous cases for plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts, Joseph has argued cases before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, as well as before the 11th and 5th Circuit United States Courts of Appeal. He began a part-time mediation practice in 2005 and joined Henning in 2017.

Personal Injury


Alfred B. Adams, III

Alfred B. Adams, III comes to Henning Mediation with 46 years of high-stakes litigation experience. His past work includes commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases both for plaintiffs and defendants. Before retiring from his firm, he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement for more than two decades. At Henning, Al uses his knowledge, skills and goal-oriented approach to assist clients in fairly resolving complex disputes.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years and is listed in the “Who’s Who in American Law.” To Henning Mediation, Arthur brings ample expertise in 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.

John J. Goger

Judge John J. Goger has served as a trial judge in the State and Superior Courts of Fulton County since 1995, presiding over complex civil and criminal cases. Before taking the bench, he worked in private practice with an emphasis on commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Since 2011, he has been the Presiding Judge of the Metro Atlanta Business Court Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County, and was appointed Senior Judge in 2019. His storied career includes overseeing the incorporation of the Gwinnett Superior and State Courts into the Business Court Division (2016), as well as a three-year stint in the Family Division of the Superior Court.

William S. Goodman

Having practiced law for over 35 years, William S. Goodman has mediated and arbitrated thousands of cases in his storied career. A Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators, his areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability and insurance litigation. With his varied and vast experience, Bill’s peers voted him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and one of the Best Lawyers in America. His skill level – coupled with persistence, good humor and compassion – provides his clients the best chance for successful resolutions.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Alan F. Herman

Alan F. Herman brings 42 years of trial experience to Henning Mediation. He tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts and out-of-state venues before his retirement as an attorney. Both personable and results-oriented, Alan has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants, and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others. His key competencies include cases arising from construction-related incidents, premises liability, trucking and auto collisions, professional liability, insurance disputes, breach of contract matters, and cases arising from negligence.

Ron Lowry

Having practiced law since 1975, Ron Lowry 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 serves as 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 that represented insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Nick 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 conclusions. He has also served as 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 Senior Partner at Parks, Chesin & Walbert, P.C., A. Lee Parks has over 43 years of experience as a trial lawyer, primarily in labor and employment law in the public and private sector. Lee’s extensive trial and appellate experience help him assist litigants with practical valuations of their cases based on past results in similar cases, the assigned judge or magistrate, the jury pool, and the appellate climate in which any verdict would be reviewed. His ongoing trial practice represents plaintiffs and defendants, keeping him current with the numerous factors essential to meaningful litigation risk analysis and successful mediation.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin has a nationwide litigation practice and focuses on all types of general liability cases, including (but not limited to): product liability, automobile litigation, trucking litigation, premises liability matters, negligent security cases, construction litigation, and all types of insurance disputes. Ron has handled cases in over 20 states, as well as Canada and Mexico. Handling cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, his cases routinely involve controversies in excess of $5 million.

R. Clay Ratterree

Clay Ratterree offers 40+ years of broad civil litigation experience in a wide range of matters in state and federal courts. He has maintained an extensive mediation and arbitration practice since 1992 and is a member of the Georgia, Colorado and American Bar Associations. He previously served as Chairman of the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and an officer of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Since 2002, Clay has been recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America and as a Georgia Super Lawyer since 2004.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

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Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin worked in private practice as a litigator for both plaintiffs and defendants before becoming heavily involved in ADR in 1986. He has mediated over 4,500 civil cases – including mass torts and class actions – representing over 1.5 billion dollars in settlements. Having been on the panel since our inception, he is currently the longest-tenured mediator at Henning Mediation. Tom has a particular interest in automobile product defect cases due to his experience in automobile racing.

Premises Liability


M. Gino Brogdon, Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost 10 years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino tried high-visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants and has become a highly sought-after mediator and arbitrator. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at both Emory University School of Law and John Marshall School of Law, as well 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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

John J. Goger

Judge John J. Goger has served as a trial judge in the State and Superior Courts of Fulton County since 1995, presiding over complex civil and criminal cases. Before taking the bench, he worked in private practice with an emphasis on commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Since 2011, he has been the Presiding Judge of the Metro Atlanta Business Court Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County, and was appointed Senior Judge in 2019. His storied career includes overseeing the incorporation of the Gwinnett Superior and State Courts into the Business Court Division (2016), as well as a three-year stint in the Family Division of the Superior Court.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Alan F. Herman

Alan F. Herman brings 42 years of trial experience to Henning Mediation. He tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts and out-of-state venues before his retirement as an attorney. Both personable and results-oriented, Alan has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants, and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others. His key competencies include cases arising from construction-related incidents, premises liability, trucking and auto collisions, professional liability, insurance disputes, breach of contract matters, and cases arising from negligence.

Nicholas C. Moraitakis

Nicholas C. Moraitakis began his career with a litigation defense firm that represented insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Nick 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 conclusions. He has also served as 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 has a nationwide litigation practice and focuses on all types of general liability cases, including (but not limited to): product liability, automobile litigation, trucking litigation, premises liability matters, negligent security cases, construction litigation, and all types of insurance disputes. Ron has handled cases in over 20 states, as well as Canada and Mexico. Handling cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, his cases routinely involve controversies in excess of $5 million.

R. Clay Ratterree

Clay Ratterree offers 40+ years of broad civil litigation experience in a wide range of matters in state and federal courts. He has maintained an extensive mediation and arbitration practice since 1992 and is a member of the Georgia, Colorado and American Bar Associations. He previously served as Chairman of the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and an officer of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Since 2002, Clay has been recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America and as a Georgia Super Lawyer since 2004.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin worked in private practice as a litigator for both plaintiffs and defendants before becoming heavily involved in ADR in 1986. He has mediated over 4,500 civil cases – including mass torts and class actions – representing over 1.5 billion dollars in settlements. Having been on the panel since our inception, he is currently the longest-tenured mediator at Henning Mediation. Tom has a particular interest in automobile product defect cases due to his experience in automobile racing.

Joseph W. Watkins

With 40+ years of civil trial law experience, Joseph spent the first 20 years of his career as an insurance defense attorney. In 1997, he and two partners started a plaintiff’s practice concentrated on personal injury, negligence, liability and accidental death. Having tried numerous cases for plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts, Joseph has argued cases before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, as well as before the 11th and 5th Circuit United States Courts of Appeal. He began a part-time mediation practice in 2005 and joined Henning in 2017.

Product Liability


Alfred B. Adams, III

Alfred B. Adams, III comes to Henning Mediation with 46 years of high-stakes litigation experience. His past work includes commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases both for plaintiffs and defendants. Before retiring from his firm, he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement for more than two decades. At Henning, Al uses his knowledge, skills and goal-oriented approach to assist clients in fairly resolving complex disputes.

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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years and is listed in the “Who’s Who in American Law.” To Henning Mediation, Arthur brings ample expertise in 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

Having practiced law for over 35 years, William S. Goodman has mediated and arbitrated thousands of cases in his storied career. A Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators, his areas of expertise include commercial and business disputes, professional malpractice, product liability, construction, premises liability and insurance litigation. With his varied and vast experience, Bill’s peers voted him as an Atlanta Super Lawyer and one of the Best Lawyers in America. His skill level – coupled with persistence, good humor and compassion – provides his clients the best chance for successful resolutions.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Alan F. Herman

Alan F. Herman brings 42 years of trial experience to Henning Mediation. He tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts and out-of-state venues before his retirement as an attorney. Both personable and results-oriented, Alan has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants, and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others. His key competencies include cases arising from construction-related incidents, premises liability, trucking and auto collisions, professional liability, insurance disputes, breach of contract matters, and cases arising from negligence.

Ron Lowry

Having practiced law since 1975, Ron Lowry 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 serves as 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 that represented insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Nick 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 conclusions. He has also served as 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 has a nationwide litigation practice and focuses on all types of general liability cases, including (but not limited to): product liability, automobile litigation, trucking litigation, premises liability matters, negligent security cases, construction litigation, and all types of insurance disputes. Ron has handled cases in over 20 states, as well as Canada and Mexico. Handling cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, his cases routinely involve controversies in excess of $5 million.

R. Clay Ratterree

Clay Ratterree offers 40+ years of broad civil litigation experience in a wide range of matters in state and federal courts. He has maintained an extensive mediation and arbitration practice since 1992 and is a member of the Georgia, Colorado and American Bar Associations. He previously served as Chairman of the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and an officer of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Since 2002, Clay has been recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America and as a Georgia Super Lawyer since 2004.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Thomas W. Tobin

Thomas W. Tobin worked in private practice as a litigator for both plaintiffs and defendants before becoming heavily involved in ADR in 1986. He has mediated over 4,500 civil cases – including mass torts and class actions – representing over 1.5 billion dollars in settlements. Having been on the panel since our inception, he is currently the longest-tenured mediator at Henning Mediation. Tom has a particular interest in automobile product defect cases due to his experience in automobile racing.

Joseph W. Watkins

With 40+ years of civil trial law experience, Joseph spent the first 20 years of his career as an insurance defense attorney. In 1997, he and two partners started a plaintiff’s practice concentrated on personal injury, negligence, liability and accidental death. Having tried numerous cases for plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts, Joseph has argued cases before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, as well as before the 11th and 5th Circuit United States Courts of Appeal. He began a part-time mediation practice in 2005 and joined Henning in 2017.

Real Estate


Adam R. Gaslowitz

Adam Gaslowitz has practiced in the fiduciary field for over 35 years. He founded his law firm in 1989 that became one of the largest fiduciary litigation boutique firms in the Southeast. A longtime mediation advocate, Adam has successfully mediated hundreds of cases. He brings a career’s worth of litigation experience, problem-resolution expertise, and a profound understanding of navigating human relationships to Henning Mediation. Throughout his career, Adam has appeared on CNN and The Layman’s Lawyer and is often quoted in publications like The New York Times, Time Magazine, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Trust and Estate Magazine, and Fortune Magazine.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Securities


Patrick G. Jones

Having practiced law for over 40 years, Patrick G. Jones brings a unique and diverse background to Henning Mediation. This includes a CPA with a Big Eight accounting firm, a partner in three major law firms in Atlanta, and the General Counsel/CFO/head of investor relations of a public technology company. Pat has worked as a mediator and arbitrator since 2003 and returned to practicing law in 2007. He is also one of few people in the Southeast who has served as a Non-IRS Co-Mediator at the IRS Appeals level.

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.

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. Edward has participated as an advocate in scores of mediations as counsel, worked as an arbitrator in numerous fee disputes for the State Bar of Georgia, and served as a special master. Honored as an Atlanta Super Lawyer every year since the award’s inception, Chambers USA recognized Edward as a leading lawyer in general commercial litigation and antitrust.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin has a nationwide litigation practice and focuses on all types of general liability cases, including (but not limited to): product liability, automobile litigation, trucking litigation, premises liability matters, negligent security cases, construction litigation, and all types of insurance disputes. Ron has handled cases in over 20 states, as well as Canada and Mexico. Handling cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, his cases routinely involve controversies in excess of $5 million.

Sexual Misconduct


Alfred B. Adams, III

Alfred B. Adams, III comes to Henning Mediation with 46 years of high-stakes litigation experience. His past work includes commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases both for plaintiffs and defendants. Before retiring from his firm, he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement for more than two decades. At Henning, Al uses his knowledge, skills and goal-oriented approach to assist clients in fairly resolving complex disputes.

M. Gino Brogdon, Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost 10 years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino tried high-visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants and has become a highly sought-after mediator and arbitrator. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at both Emory University School of Law and John Marshall School of Law, as well 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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years and is listed in the “Who’s Who in American Law.” To Henning Mediation, Arthur brings ample expertise in 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.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Joseph W. Watkins

With 40+ years of civil trial law experience, Joseph spent the first 20 years of his career as an insurance defense attorney. In 1997, he and two partners started a plaintiff’s practice concentrated on personal injury, negligence, liability and accidental death. Having tried numerous cases for plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts, Joseph has argued cases before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, as well as before the 11th and 5th Circuit United States Courts of Appeal. He began a part-time mediation practice in 2005 and joined Henning in 2017.

Trucking


M. Gino Brogdon, Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost 10 years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino tried high-visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants and has become a highly sought-after mediator and arbitrator. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at both Emory University School of Law and John Marshall School of Law, as well 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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

Arthur H. Glaser

Arthur H. Glaser has practiced law for over 26 years and is listed in the “Who’s Who in American Law.” To Henning Mediation, Arthur brings ample expertise in 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

Alan F. Herman brings 42 years of trial experience to Henning Mediation. He tried cases before juries in Georgia State and Superior Courts, Federal Courts and out-of-state venues before his retirement as an attorney. Both personable and results-oriented, Alan has mediated numerous cases to resolution as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants, and as a mediator in cases presented to him by others. His key competencies include cases arising from construction-related incidents, premises liability, trucking and auto collisions, professional liability, insurance disputes, breach of contract matters, and cases arising from negligence.

Ronald F. Negin

Ronald F. Negin has a nationwide litigation practice and focuses on all types of general liability cases, including (but not limited to): product liability, automobile litigation, trucking litigation, premises liability matters, negligent security cases, construction litigation, and all types of insurance disputes. Ron has handled cases in over 20 states, as well as Canada and Mexico. Handling cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, his cases routinely involve controversies in excess of $5 million.

R. Clay Ratterree

Clay Ratterree offers 40+ years of broad civil litigation experience in a wide range of matters in state and federal courts. He has maintained an extensive mediation and arbitration practice since 1992 and is a member of the Georgia, Colorado and American Bar Associations. He previously served as Chairman of the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and an officer of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Since 2002, Clay has been recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America and as a Georgia Super Lawyer since 2004.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Wrongful Death


Alfred B. Adams, III

Alfred B. Adams, III comes to Henning Mediation with 46 years of high-stakes litigation experience. His past work includes commercial, tort, product liability, environmental, construction and probate cases both for plaintiffs and defendants. Before retiring from his firm, he successfully mediated many of these cases to settlement for more than two decades. At Henning, Al uses his knowledge, skills and goal-oriented approach to assist clients in fairly resolving complex disputes.

M. Gino Brogdon, Sr.

Hon. Gino Brogdon, Sr. presided over complex civil and felony cases for almost 10 years as a trial judge in the Superior and State Courts of Fulton County in Atlanta. Following his 2005 retirement from the bench, Gino tried high-visibility civil cases for plaintiffs and defendants and has become a highly sought-after mediator and arbitrator. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at both Emory University School of Law and John Marshall School of Law, as well 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 10 years. Before his time on the bench, Judge DelCampo represented plaintiffs, defendants and their insureds in various complex civil matters. After retiring from the bench in 2011, he handled several high-profile and complex civil matters, many of which were tried to verdict. Bilingual in English and Spanish and an active member of his community, Judge DelCampo is a sought-out speaker at continuing judicial education courses.

John J. Goger

Judge John J. Goger has served as a trial judge in the State and Superior Courts of Fulton County since 1995, presiding over complex civil and criminal cases. Before taking the bench, he worked in private practice with an emphasis on commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Since 2011, he has been the Presiding Judge of the Metro Atlanta Business Court Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County, and was appointed Senior Judge in 2019. His storied career includes overseeing the incorporation of the Gwinnett Superior and State Courts into the Business Court Division (2016), as well as a three-year stint in the Family Division of the Superior Court.

Greg K. Hecht

As a practicing attorney for over 30 years, Greg Hecht has served as lead counsel in over 300 trials and 1000 hearings, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He was recognized by his peers as Legal Elite in Georgia Trend Magazine for multiple years, as well as a Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine. With an AV Rating from Martindale Hubbell, Greg also served as lead counsel in class/collective action matters and international arbitration. Passionate about serving his community, Greg previously served as a State Senator and State Representative. He is married with 3 children.

Ron Lowry

Having practiced law since 1975, Ron Lowry 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 serves as 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 that represented insurance companies and self-insured companies. In 1993, Nick 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 conclusions. He has also served as lead counsel for presentation of oral argument in many cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

R. Clay Ratterree

Clay Ratterree offers 40+ years of broad civil litigation experience in a wide range of matters in state and federal courts. He has maintained an extensive mediation and arbitration practice since 1992 and is a member of the Georgia, Colorado and American Bar Associations. He previously served as Chairman of the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and an officer of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Since 2002, Clay has been recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America and as a Georgia Super Lawyer since 2004.

Randy Rich

Judge Randy Rich is known throughout the legal community as an expert in litigation and evidence. He has presided over 300 jury trials, as well as the largest pending civil lawsuit in Georgia: the Georgia Opioid Litigation. Judge Rich founded the Gwinnett Business Court and was later named a Business Court Judge in the Metro Atlanta Business Court. He has spoken on the issues of evidence, ethics and professionalism at many seminars and authored several articles on expediting resolution of civil lawsuits in Georgia. He lives in Suwanee with his wife, Bonnie, and their two children.

Patricia A. Siuta

Pat Siuta is an experienced trial attorney who has served as a mediator, arbitrator, and case evaluator for 25 years. She has mediated complex and multi-party cases, with as many as 65 people participating in the process. She has successfully tried cases in state and federal courts, including class action lawsuits. Pat is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, which is comprised of the most experienced mediators and arbitrators in the U.S. and recommended by litigation firms.

Joseph W. Watkins

With 40+ years of civil trial law experience, Joseph spent the first 20 years of his career as an insurance defense attorney. In 1997, he and two partners started a plaintiff’s practice concentrated on personal injury, negligence, liability and accidental death. Having tried numerous cases for plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts, Joseph has argued cases before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, as well as before the 11th and 5th Circuit United States Courts of Appeal. He began a part-time mediation practice in 2005 and joined Henning in 2017.

Fees

  • Administrative: $250.00 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: The minimum policy differs per neutral but the default is a four (4) hour minimum charge for all hearings, including cancellations, postponements or rescheduling. For more information, please see the fee structures listed on the individual neutral's bio page.
  • 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.

Below is the standard cancellation policy. Please see the individual neutral's fee structure (on their bio pages) for their individual policy. You may also request a copy from a case coordinator by calling us or sending an email to scheduling@henningmediation.com.


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

Our staff will re-confirm the hearing date(s) and time by email and/or telephone two (2) weeks in advance of the scheduled hearing date(s). 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.

After a hearing date(s) has been scheduled and notices have been sent, no cancellation fee shall be charged if the mediation or arbitration is cancelled or rescheduled more than FOURTEEN (14) days from the date scheduled. Such cancellation or rescheduling notice must be received in writing.

If the hearing date(s) 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 neutral's hourly rate to each party, for each scheduled date.

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.

Below is the standard cancellation policy. Please see the individual neutral's fee structure (on their bio pages) for their individual policy. You may also request a copy from a case coordinator by calling us or sending an email to scheduling@henningmediation.com.


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

Our staff will re-confirm the hearing date(s) and time by email and/or telephone two (2) weeks in advance of the scheduled hearing date(s). 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.

After a hearing date(s) has been scheduled and notices have been sent, no cancellation fee shall be charged if the mediation or arbitration is cancelled or rescheduled more than FOURTEEN (14) days from the date scheduled. Such cancellation or rescheduling notice must be received in writing.

If the hearing date(s) 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 neutral's hourly rate to each party, for each scheduled date.

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.