COLUMBUS, February 18, 2020: ADR Notable was named a 2020 Emerging Legal Technology Leader by The National Law Journal. ADR Notable was honored for developing technology that works alongside the skills mediators and other dispute resolution professionals use to help parties resolve complex disputes. The National Law Journal annually selects companies that have developed innovative ways to improve how legal services are provided. Previous winners include Thomson Reuters Westlaw Edge and Access Data Quin-C.
“Given the crowded field of legal technology products, we are honored that The National Law Journal selected ADR Notable for recognition,” says Gary Doernhoefer, founder of ADR Notable. “ADR Notable has tremendous respect for those who help resolve conflicts in our society. It is our mission to help them help others with our innovative technology.”
“We are proud to announce this list of honorees that are helping to improve the efficiency of everyday tasks for legal professionals,” says Richard Caruso, vice president and general manager of legal media at The National Law Journal.
About ADR Notable LLC
ADR Notable is a technology platform designed to bring easy-to-use automation where it can be helpful to mediators, while they employ the uniquely human skills their job requires. The platform was crafted to be intuitive to use and follows the complete mediation process workflow, including unique features to help “in the room” during mediation sessions. Whether a mediator handles many cases each year, or only a few, it is the best solution available for dispute resolution support software. For more information, visit adrnotable.com or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn. ADR Notable will be available in early April 2020.
Founder ADR Notable