John C. Sciaccotta Discusses New CBA Mediation Service with Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
Aronberg Goldgehn attorney John C. Sciaccotta discussed the Chicago Bar Association’s new endeavor in the mediation business with Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
The mediation program, which launched in September 2020, is a service that allows CBA members with at least 10 years of legal practice experience to become mediators after completing an intensive mediation and negotiation course.
John was instrumental in the service’s concept and launch according to Judge Thomas Mulroy, Chairperson of the service.
John commented on the program, stating this alternative to litigation has received great interest from members, offers smaller case clients an affordable and time-saving option and is a great opportunity for members to generate revenue for their law firms.
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As a Co-Founding Member of the mediation program and the current Treasurer of the CBA, John was also the Co-Founder (2018) as well as the Chair (2019-2020) of the CBA’s Business Divorce & Complex Ownership Disputes Committee. He concentrates his practice in complex civil litigation, arbitration, mediation and business counseling matters with a special emphasis on complex civil trial and appellate cases brought in federal and state courts and tribunals throughout the United States.
Founded in 1874, the CBA has a mission to increase and promote the honor, dignity and usefulness of legal professions, social relationships among its members and welfare of its members by supporting CLE programs of new developments in all fields of law.