David R. Homer was a featured speaker on Mediation Practice, a continuing legal education program sponsored by the Albany County Bar Association on April 27, 2017. Judge Homer's fellow panelists were comprised of Jeffrey K. Anderson, Esq., James E. Hacker, Esq., Mark R. Sonders, Esq., the Hon. Bernard J. Malone (retired), and the Hon. Randolph Treece (retired). The presentation was moderated by Assistant United States Attorney, Cathleen Clark.

David R. Homer is a mediator and arbitrator with Capital District ADR, LLC and is Of Counsel to Carter Conboy. He served for seventeen years as a United States Magistrate Judge in the Northern District of New York until 2012. In that position, he resolved over 1,000 cases in a variety of practice areas through mediation and arbitration, earning a reputation as a fair, impartial, and hard-working neutral. These cases have included actions involving claims of anti-trust violations, employment discrimination, and civil rights violations; contract disputes, securities fraud claims, construction disputes; motor vehicle accidents; medical malpractice claims, and other tort actions; property disputes; environmental claims, tax matters, labor disputes, and others.

Capital District ADR, LLC is an alternative dispute resolution firm resolving issues in a cost-effective, expedited manner throughout New York. The professionals at Capital District ADR, LLC have handled thousands of cases and draw from their substantive experience in a wide spectrum of specialties. For further information about Capital District ADR, LLC, visit www.capitaldistrictadr.com or contact the firm's Administrator, Stacy A. Smith, at 518-649-1999 or adr@capitaldistrictadr.com.