New Jersey is a great place for business and for that reason the Institute for Dispute Resolution — IDR is in the news on NJTV.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop notes that “Our geographic location is really advantageous. We’re in proximity to the biggest media market in the world, huge financial services. If you’re going to have a global footprint, you’re going to have a presence generally in Manhattan. What we’ve tried to do over the past couple years is kind of make it a seamless transition from our waterfront all the way to Manhattan and we’ve attracted some really great corporations moving from elsewhere here.”
According to NJTV
the NJCU School of Business hosted a conference today on “Redefining Risk for Family Businesses: Global Growth in the 21st Century.” Panelists and featured speakers said New Jersey is uniquely poised to play a role in the flow of business dollars to the U.S.
The institute for Dispute Resolution contributed to the development of the legislation that was signed into law on February 7, 2017 by the New Jersey governor, called the New Jersey International Arbitration, Mediation, and Conciliation Act.
The Institute was co-founded and is co-directed by Karen DeSoto and David Weiss.
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