Joining these online networks is part of my efforts to get my experience and skill – well known in the Chicago community – out there for the world to see. I bring a wealth of experience to the table.- Travis M.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) April 18, 2014
Travis Maisel, legendary Chicago-based attorney and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professional, recently announced his dual membership in leading online ADR networks Mediation.com and Arbitration.com. The rare dual-membership comes as Maisel, building on four decades of combined legal and ADR experience, seeks to raise his online profile.
“It’s the digital age,” Maisel said. “The time has come to explore new ways of serving my clients. Joining these online networks is part of my efforts to get my experience and skill – well known in the Chicago community – out there for the world to see. As anyone who has worked with me can attest, I bring a wealth of experience to the table.”
Maisel’s practice concentrates on the areas of personal injury claims, insurance law, subrogation, commercial law, as well as serving as an arbitrator in business disputes, underinsured and uninsured motorist claims, and commercial claims. As a mediator he has an extensive background in tort/negligence/insurance coverage claims, as well as commercial claims, business disputes, professional negligence disputes, and e-discovery.
A graduate of John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Maisel has been a member of the commercial arbitration panel of the American Arbitration Association since 1985, and is a certified mediator for the Circuit Court of Cook County Major Case Civil Mediation Program and Chancery Mediation Program as well as a court-approved mediator for the Circuit Court of Will County. For the past three years he has volunteered as a pro-bono mediator for the small claims court in the Circuit Court of Will County. He trained in the mediation of e-discovery disputes at the American College of e-Neutrals and has completed a 40 hour Mediation/Arbitration Training at the Illinois State Bar Association.