Thank you for including us in your conference. In celebration of our official launch, we wanted to personally extend an invitation to our 3-month free trial of ADR Notable. Scroll down to learn more about us and then sign up for your 90-day free trial.
This tool will help you at every step of the dispute resolution process, from new client intake to creating a term sheet. During a session, you will capture notes, sort them, link them to each other, and record proposals and counters. When the case is over, generate an automatic summary report, securely delete your notes and files, and pull up your time log to help you prepare your invoice.
Selected by the National Law Journal as one of 2020’s Emerging Legal Technologies, ADR Notable was recognized for developing mediation technology that could change the way legal services are provided. You help others resolve disputes in their personal and professional lives. We want to help you do what you do best!
ADR Notable app is a GAME CHANGER for the way I manage my mediation cases…I plan to transition my parenting coordination work to the ADR Notable app. I had plenty of time to test the Beta and here are a few of my favorite things… read more
— Charlotte Parsons, Mediator, Parenting Coordinator, GAL, and President of the Ohio Mediation Association
Cobbling together software packages to handle your mediation matters takes excessive time, creates mistake opportunities as you transfer data, and diverts attention from value-adding work. I like ADR Notable because it integrates the time-saving tech you need in one software package enabling you to spend your time providing value to your clients and building your mediation practice.
— Kenneth A. Grady
Author, Professor & Research Fellow at Michigan State University College of Law
Gary Doernhoefer graduated from Grinnell College and holds a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School. Starting out as a litigation associate for Mayer, Brown, Gary soon moved to in-house practice for American Airlines focusing on major case litigation, antitrust and eventually government affairs. In 2000, he became the initial General Counsel for the travel website Orbitz. After the Orbitz public offering and subsequent sale in late 2004, Gary co-founded and served as General Counsel for Accertify, Inc., a credit card fraud prevention solution for internet merchants. Accertify was acquired by American Express in 2010, after which Gary served three years as General Counsel for IATA, the global trade association for the airline industry. Gary then served as Vice President and General Counsel for travel industry startup Journera, Inc. until shifting his focus to developing ADR Notable. The catalyst for ADR Notable was collaborative work with faculty at the Moritz College of Law at the Ohio State University, studying the potential benefits of greater use of ADR by the airline industry.
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