ADR Experience

Larry has extensive training in ADR processes, and over twenty years of experience in the use of various processes in representing client and serving as a third party neutral. He is a recognized leader in the development and use of ADR processes.

Alternative Dispute  Resolution Leadership

American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution

  • Co-chair of Collaborative Law Committee
  • Section Advisor to Uniform Law Commission’s Drafting Committee:
    Uniform Collaborative Law Act/Rules

Association of Attorney-Mediators

  • Charter Member and Past President

Dallas Bar Association

  • Co-founder and Past Chair: ADR and Collaborative Law  Sections

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority – FINRA

  • Chair Qualified Public Arbitrator
  • Mediation Panel

Global Collaborative Law Council

  • Co-founder, Past President, current Executive Director

International Academy of Collaborative Professionals

  • Seminar Presenter

State Bar of Texas: ADR and Collaborative Law Sections

  • Co-founder and Past-chair, Collaborative Law Section

Texas Mediator Credentialing Association

  • Seminar Presenter

Southern Methodist University
Dedman School of Law

Texas A&M School of Law

  • Guest Lecturer
    Civil Collaborative Law

Alternative Dispute Resolution Training

  • American Arbitration Association:
    Arbitration and Mediation
  • FINRA: Arbitration and Mediation
  • Association of Attorney-Mediators
  • Texas Association of Mediators
  • Texas Mediator Trainers Roundtable
  • Global Collaborative Law Council
  • International Academy of Collaborative Professionals

Texas Dispute Resolution - Larry Maxwell - Dallas TX

Alternative Dispute Resolution Experience

  • Mediator by court appointment and by party selection in pending suits and in pre-suit mediation.
  • Arbitrator serving as sole arbitrator and on arbitration panels in cases involving securities, business, commercial, employment, construction, real estate, and insurance disputes.
  • Collaboration and Cooperation Law Practitioner, representing clients using interest-based negotiations to resolve disputes in various areas of law.
  • Facilitator and Settlement Counsel, serving as a third-party neutral in assisting parties with or without counsel, to manage conflict and bring about early resolution of disputes without litigation.
  • Ombudsman, serving in family businesses and professional organizations to help diffuse situations before they escalate into a serious dispute.