|Full name||Leona Beane|
|Corporation||Arbitrator & Mediator|
|Address 1||233 Broadway|
|Address 2||Suite 2340|
|Formal Qualifications & Memberships|
Leona Beane is a dynamic experienced mediator who is very successful in resolution of disputes, particularly disputes within the closely held business (corporation, partnership, or LLC); also, disputes involving wills, trusts and estates and family members and within the business structure.. Leona has the ability to recognize inter-personal disputes as being extremely conducive to Mediation for resolution.
Leona had been a tenured full professor of Law at Baruch College (City Uniiversity of New York), and served on the faculty for 21 years. Taught courses in Corporations, Partnerships and Contracts, and conducted Seminars for the Executive MBA program. Accepted early retirement, is currently Professor Emeritus.
Is a mediator, arbitrator, and practicing attorney. Has mediated 300+ disputes, involving many different types of cases.
Currently serves on several rosters of Mediators, including: US District Court, Southern District and Eastern District; US Bankruptcy Courts (Southern & Eastern Districts); Commercial Division, Supreme Court, New York;
US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC); New Jersey Superior Court; Mediator-Special Master, Appellate Division, 1st Department; NYC Bar Association's Condo & Coop Mediation Program.
Leona had been approved as a certified mediator by Safe Horizons (currently known as NYPeace Institute).
Leona serves as an Arbitrator for FINRA(Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, prevously NASD and NY Stock Exchange); and for the National Futures Association; she also serves as both mediator and arbitrator for the NYS Attorney-Fee Disputes program-- 1st Department.. She also serves as Arbitrator for the US District Court, Eastern District.
Leona is also certified as a Mediator by the North Carolina
Leona has completed extensive mediation trainings -- over 300 hours with several different well-known providers and has also obtained training in "Decision Tree Analysis for Mediators"
Leona has written on a variety of various legal topics, including Corporations, Partnerships, Contracts, Guardianship, and ADR related topics, including: "What is Mediation and How Does It Work" (NYLaw Journal, Oct. 29, 2007, p. 4); "What Is the Extent of Confidentiality in Mediation after Hauzinger?" (NYSBA NY Dispute Resolution Lawyer, fall 2008, p. 26); "Utilizing Mediation to Resolve Estate Litigation" (NYSBA Trusts and Estates Law Section, fall 2008, p. 7); "Incorporationg Mediation Within the Guardians' Powers" (NYSBA Elder Law Attorney, fall 2008, p. 10); "Mediation and Estate Litigation" (NYSBA NY Dispute Resolution Lawyer, Spring 2009, p. 62).
She is also the author of Chapter 26 on MEDIATION for the NYSBA New York Lawyers Deskbook.
Has written Chapter 1 on "Corporate and Partnership Law" in the NYSBA New York Lawyers Deskbook.(updated each year with co-author)
Has served in the role as facilitator and training of students in Mediation for the Commercial Division Supreme Court, New York (several times); for Safe Horizons (several times), and for the Durham Mediation Center (several times).
Have served as a Judge for the ABA Law Students Mediation Competition at Forham Law School several times. Have also served in the role of Mediator for the Regional Law Students Mediation Competition at North Carolina Central Law School, March 1, 2009,; also at the Regional program in NY in 2013 at St. John's Law School.
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|Calendar last update time||Apr 7 2019|
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