April 16, 2023 – HOUSTON – ROBINYOUNG & COMPANY, INC. is a proud sponsor of the HBA Annual ADR Conference, to be hosted Friday, May 5th.
The Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Section of the HBA strives to keep its members and other members of the HBA apprised of both the merits and practical aspects of mediation, arbitration, and other alternatives to taking a case before a court. While updates in ADR have been advancing steadily since the nineties, understanding the intricacies of successful mediation can still prove challenging–which is why the Section is here to help. The Section also hosts an annual judicial reception in December as a substitute for its usual monthly meeting.
RobinYoung & Company, INC. (RYC), founded by Robin Lynne Young, CSSC, MSSC in 1996, is an independent brokerage firm specializing in structured settlements and funding agreements. The firm is dedicated to the plaintiff and plaintiff’s family, personal injury attorney and their legal team, offering injury victims a unique brand of personal attention and financial assistance at a critical juncture on their road to recovery. Young is among the first 100 industry professionals in the nation to earn the prestigious Certified Structured Settlement Consultant (CSSC) designation and first twenty –three (23) to earn the Master Structured Settlement Consultant (MSSC) designation from the National Structured Settlement Trade Association through the University of Notre Dame.
With a team-player attitude and personal approach, Young-Ellis coordinates and assists plaintiff attorneys, mediators, trust attorneys, government attorneys, attorney ad litems, guardian ad litems and judges with a deep understanding and expertise of the process of resolving legal financial claims through a financial or insurance arrangement, including periodic payments.
Learn more by contacting ROBINYOUNG & COMPANY.
Established in 1870, the Association’s purpose was to maintain high standards in the legal profession and provide legal education for Harris County attorneys. Today, the HBA, one of the largest metropolitan bar associations in the nation, still adheres to those basic principles, but has expanded its goals to include public service and better access to legal services for all citizens in the Greater Houston area. Continuing Legal Education and professional development programs for attorneys are second to none. HBA members contribute over 45,000 volunteer hours to community service projects each year.
The HBA is a non-profit organization supported solely by member dues. In 1982, the HBA established the Houston Bar Foundation, a charitable vehicle through which many of the HBA’s community service projects are funded.
Learn more by contacting The Houston Bar Association.