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Jennifer Lupo, Mediator, New York, New York.

Jennifer Lupo

Lupo Law, Arbitration and Mediation PLLC
77 Bleecker Street
Suite 112
New York, NY 10012
Tel: +1 (917) 580-6988
Cell: +1(917) 359-3561
Fax: +1(917) 580-6981
Website: www.lupolaw.com
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Recognized to New York Chapter for Mediation Other ADR Services: Early Neutral Evaluation
Video Conferencing
Available
  • Practice Commenced2004
  • # of MEDS (as of 17/6/24)790
  • # of ARBS (as of 17/6/24)65
Current Practice
Online / In-Person
  • ALBANY-SCHENECTADY
  • BINGHAMPTON
  • BUFFALO
  • NEW YORK-NEWARK
  • ROCHESTER
  • SYRACUSE-AUBURN
  • UTICA-ROME

Biographical

A distinguished neutral with more than 30 years' experience resolving complex commercial, employment and insurance disputes,  Jennifer Lupo brings a unique perspective to her craft as a neutral having sat in each seat at the dispute resolution table.  First as a litigator, then as general counsel to private and public companies, and finally, as the neutral.

Ms. Lupo has served as a wing, sole arbitrator, sole mediator, and co-mediator in hundreds of cases successfully resolved either by settlement in mediation, or issuance of an award in arbitration.  In the past five years, Jennifer has mediated or arbitrated the following types of disputes: business divorce (and shareholder and member disputes), complex commercial, contracts (domestic and international), construction/engineering/architecture, employment, entertainment (music, theater, and film), financial institutions and investments, insurance (incl. interpretation; FDA recalls), information technology, intellectual property, sports (boxing, baseball, and football) and telecommunications.  

In addition to CPR's commercial and employment arbitration and mediation rosters, Ms. Lupo is a member of the national commercial and employment arbitration and mediation rosters of AAA and a FINRA arbitrator.  Jennifer is also a member of the esteemed mediation panels of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the Supreme Court of the State of New York, New York County, Commercial Division. 

Ms. Lupo is available to mediate or arbitrate nationally in person and via videoconferencing.

 

 


Case Experience

  • ADA Disability
  • Arts (Fine/Performing)
  • Automotive
  • Business Dissolution
  • Civil Rights
  • Class Actions
  • Commercial/Business
  • Community Associations
  • Condominiums
  • Construction
  • Consumer Fraud
  • Contract Disputes
  • Cross Cultural
  • Discrimination
  • Divorce (High Asset)
  • Employment
  • Entertainment Sector
  • Family Businesses
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual Property
  • Internet
  • Labor/Unions
  • Legal Malpractice
  • Libel & Slander
  • Media & Communications
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Partnerships
  • Personal Injury
  • Premises Liability
  • Product Liability
  • Professional Fees
  • Professional Liability
  • Professional Malpractice
  • Professional Negligence
  • Securities
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Software
  • Sports
  • Technology
  • Torts
  • Trademarks/Patents
  • Venture Capital
  • Wage & Hour/FMLA
  • Wrongful Death

Education

  • A.B. from Bard College
  • M.A. from SUNY Stony Brook
  • J.D. from Touro Law Center, with honors

ADR Training/Presentations

Developments and Trends in Domestic and International Arbitration (10/23); NYS Council on Divorce Mediation Annual Meeting 2023; Subpoenas in Domestic Arbitration 2023; AAA Panelist Conference 2023; NYS Council on Divorce Mediation Annual Meeting 2022 (Presenter, 2022); Baseball Arbitration (NYLS, 2022); Implicit Bias in Mediation (FDMC, 2022); Employment law (CPR, 2022); Employment law (AAA, 2022); Intimate Partner Violence (Unified Court System, NY, 2022); Mediating Extended Family Issues (FDMC, 2022); Transformative Mediation (Center for Transformative Mediation, 4/21); Starting and Maintaining a Successful ADR Practice (October and December, 2020; NYCLA; Panelist); Section 1983 Mediation Advanced Training (October, 2020; Federal Bar and Columbia U.);  Employment Arbitration Training (October, 2020; CPR); ADR and ODR: The Old New Standard for Dispute Resolution (September, 2020; ClearLaw; Panelist); Emergency Arbitration Training (July, 2020; AAA/NYSBA); The Grey Divorce (June, 2020; NYSDMC); Top Questions Mediators Must Ask Divorcing Couples About Their Finances (June, 2020; NYSDMC); Conducting Virtual Evidentiary Hearings (May, 2020; NYSBA/AAA); Mediation Unruliness (May, 2020; ABA); Appellate Mediation (May, 2020; ABA); Best Practices for Advocates in Mediation from the Neutral’s Perspective (April, 2020;NYSBA); Mediating in the Age of Polarization (April, 2020; Columbia U); Conducting Online Mediation (April, 2020; NYSBA); Mediating in the time of Covid-19 (March, 2020; NYSBA); Cybersecurity Boot Camp (March, 2020; AAA); Arbitration Fundamentals (February, 2020; AAA); A Practical Guide to the Consumer Arbitration Process (January, 2020; AAA); Award Writing: Safeguarding, Deciding and Writing Awards (August, 2019; AAA); Arbitration Fundamentals and Best Practices for New Arbitrators (July, 2019; AAA); ADR in NY Courts 3 hours (November 2018; NYS UCS; Panelist); Arbitration and Mediation (Advanced) (October 2018; NYSBA; Panelist); Mediating Family and Divorce (October 2018; NYCBAR);  Artful Negotiation for Mediators 1.5 hours (September 2018; USDC SDNY); Mediating in Surrogates Court (September 2018; NYCBAR); Fair Labor Standards Act and New York Labor Law Mediation 3 hours (July 2018; USDC SDNY); Mediation (Advanced) 8 hours  (May 2018; American Arbitration Association); Mediation Ethics 3 Hours (May 2018; American Arbitration Association); Arbitration (Advanced) 8 hours (May 2018; American Arbitration Association); Arbitration Ethics 3 Hours (May 2018; American Arbitration Association); Writing Defensible Awards in Arbitration 3 Hours (May 2018; American Arbitration Association); Ethics in  Mediation Advocacy (April, 2018; USDC EDNY);  Commercial Arbitration 40 Hours (June 2017; NYSBA); FINRA Arbitration Training (December 2016; FINRA); Advanced Family Mediation Training 40 Hours (June 2016; Center for Mediation and Training); Family Mediation Training 40 Hours (January 2016; Center for Mediation and Training); Advanced Commercial Mediation Training 40 Hours (June 2015; NYCBAR); Advanced Collaborative Mediation Training 40 Hours (April 2010; Center for Mediation and Training); Collaborative Mediation Training 40 Hours (January 2010; Center for Mediation and Training); Advanced Commercial Mediation Training 40 Hours (June 2009; NYCBAR); Facilitative Mediation Training 40 Hours (May 2009; Center for Mediation and Training); Advanced Commercial Mediation 40 Hours (March 2008; NYSBA); Advanced Commercial Mediation Training 40 Hours (April 2006; NYS Judicial Institute); Basic Commercial Mediation Training 40 Hours (July 2005; NYSBA)


Memberships & Affiliations

  • AAA, Higginbotham fellow 
  • Historical Society of the New York Courts, Judith S. Kaye fellow 
  • New York Bar Foundation, fellow 
  • U.S.D.C.E.D.N.Y.: Mediation Advisory Committee member (Rules and Compensation sub-committees)
  • Arbitral Women
  • ABA Dispute Resolution Section: Mediation, Arbitration, and Women in Dispute Resolution committees
  • NYSBA Dispute Resolution Section, Executive Committee member; and chair of the Section Liaisons committee; Commerical Federal Litigation and Labor and Employment Section, Dispute Resolution committees
  • NYCBar: Volunteer lawye, Monday Night Law (modest means law clinic) 
  • Bard College: BardWorks (alumni mentorship program)
  • Bard College: Director, Natalie Lunn Award
  • Mentors children in foster care, college, law school and new legal and ADR practitioners

Rates Information

$530/hr. 

 

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