National Arbitration and Mediation

National Arbitration and Mediation (NAM)
Locations New York: Manhattan, Garden City, Brooklyn, Westchester; Massachusetts: Boston, Braintree, Westborough, Stoughton; Florida: Palm Harbor
Founder Roy Israel, President & CEO
Founded March 1992
Industry Alternative Dispute Resolution
Services Mediation, Arbitration, Litigation Management, Alternative Dispute Resolution, ADR, Conflict Management, Employment ADR, Personal Injury Disputes, Business/Commercial ADR, Complex Multi-Party Dispute Resolution

National Arbitration and Mediation (also known as NAM) is a national provider of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services. The company is one of the largest ADR providers in the country with over 2,000 panelists on their roster. The panelists consist of former appellate and Supreme Court judges and attorney specialists from all fifty states as well as Puerto Rico.

NAM’s headquarters is located in Garden City, New York. Additional hub locations exist throughout New York in Midtown Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Westchester County as well as in Massachusetts and Florida.



National Arbitration and Mediation (also known as NAM) is a national provider of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services. NAM functions as a neutral party in all cases and maintains multiple rosters of hearing officers (also known as neutrals or panelists) who oversee each case.

NAM was founded in March 1992 by President and CEO, Roy Israel. The company went public in 1996 as NAM was a NASDAQ-listed company and was owned by public shareholders until it was privatized in early 2005.


NAM has a roster of over 2,000 hearing officers who oversee each case. The hearing officers consist of former appellate and supreme court judges and attorney specialists from all fifty states as well as Puerto Rico. Some of their more notable neutrals include Hon. John P. DiBlasi, Shelley Rossoff Olsen, Esq. and Kenneth Grundstein, Esq.


myADR is an online risk management tool which provides the ability to view case-related documents, real-time case status reports, case turnaround statistics and decision results.


• Trial Preparation
• myADR


• Consumer Transactions
Employment; Entertainment
Environmental law
Government/Public Agency
• Labor Law
Land Use
Life, Health, Disability and ERISA
• Maritime/Jones Act
• Matrimonial
Medical Malpractice
• Personal Injury
Product Liability
• Professional Liability
• Realtor/Homeowner
• Toxic Tort Disputes

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