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    Managing the Arbitration Hearing and Evidence

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    Message from the panelists:

    Based on the premise that advocates and clients choose arbitration to obtain a fair, expeditious and efficient process to resolve the dispute, we will explore the flexibility that sometimes goes unused by arbitrators and advocates in the process.  We will discuss the key steps that begin with preparing for the preliminary hearing where both arbitrators and advocates should anticipate hearing management issues and plan ahead.  We will include the importance of arbitrators' education, sometimes by advocates and sometimes by experts . . . keeping the focus . . . teaching or assuring that you understand the complex case (even if you are or you are advocating to subject matter proficient) . . . effective presentation of witnesses and evidence . . . and using experts to best effect.  Other topics: When it is appropriate (or not) to conduct a site visit, and how to handle knotty arbitrator questions.

     

     

    Registration Deadline:

    January 9, 2017
     

     

    About the Series:

    This Arbitration Series is a unique opportunity to learn from some of the leading arbitrators and arbitration advocates in the country. Each webinar will focus on different phases and challenges of the arbitration process. Webinars will be held once a month from October 2016 to March 2017. 

     

     

    Special Deal:

    Get 20% off when you purchase the remainder of the series today! Click "Register Now" on the right hand side of this page, log in, and select the "3-Part Series" option in the drop-down pricing menu to receive this deal. When you select this option, you will be automatically registered for all three remaining live webinars. 

     

     

    Series Schedule:

    Each webinar will run from 12:00 pm ET – 1:15 pm ET.

     

     

    2016 Arbitration Webinar Series

     

    October 25, 2016

    Before the Arbitration: Sources of Authority, Role of the Arbitrator, and Disclosure

     

    November 15, 2016

    Drafting Arbitration Clauses to Ease Preparing for the Hearing

     

    December 13, 2016

    Handling the Preliminary Conference and Managing Discovery

     

    January 10, 2017

    Managing the Arbitration Hearing and Evidence

     

    February 28, 2017

    The Arbitration Award, Remedies, and Post Award Process

     

    March 28, 2017

    Ethical Aspects to Consider While Building an Arbitration Practice

     

     

     

    Scholarships:

    Scholarships to defray tuition expense for ABA programs are available upon application on a program-by-program, case-by-case basis. Preference will be given to public interest lawyers, government lawyers, full-time law professors, solo or small firm practitioners of limited means, and unemployed attorneys. Click here to complete a scholarship request for a specific program. Scholarship applications must be received at least one week before the program start date; applications submitted after that date will not be considered. You will be notified prior to the program if your application is approved. A minimum fee may be charged on all approved scholarship applications to defray expenses.

     

     

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    Managing the Arbitration Hearing and Evidence

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    Jan 10, 2017

    2017-01-10T12:00:00 2017-01-10T13:15:00 Managing the Arbitration Hearing and Evidence

    The live webinar has already aired. To purchase a recording of this webinar, click here.

     


     

    Message from the panelists:

    Based on the premise that advocates and clients choose arbitration to obtain a fair, expeditious and efficient process to resolve the dispute, we will explore the flexibility that sometimes goes unused by arbitrators and advocates in the process.  We will discuss the key steps that begin with preparing for the preliminary hearing where both arbitrators and advocates should anticipate hearing management issues and plan ahead.  We will include the importance of arbitrators' education, sometimes by advocates and sometimes by experts . . . keeping the focus . . . teaching or assuring that you understand the complex case (even if you are or you are advocating to subject matter proficient) . . . effective presentation of witnesses and evidence . . . and using experts to best effect.  Other topics: When it is appropriate (or not) to conduct a site visit, and how to handle knotty arbitrator questions.

     

     

    Registration Deadline:

    January 9, 2017
     

     

    About the Series:

    This Arbitration Series is a unique opportunity to learn from some of the leading arbitrators and arbitration advocates in the country. Each webinar will focus on different phases and challenges of the arbitration process. Webinars will be held once a month from October 2016 to March 2017. 

     

     

    Special Deal:

    Get 20% off when you purchase the remainder of the series today! Click "Register Now" on the right hand side of this page, log in, and select the "3-Part Series" option in the drop-down pricing menu to receive this deal. When you select this option, you will be automatically registered for all three remaining live webinars. 

     

     

    Series Schedule:

    Each webinar will run from 12:00 pm ET – 1:15 pm ET.

     

     

    2016 Arbitration Webinar Series

     

    October 25, 2016

    Before the Arbitration: Sources of Authority, Role of the Arbitrator, and Disclosure

     

    November 15, 2016

    Drafting Arbitration Clauses to Ease Preparing for the Hearing

     

    December 13, 2016

    Handling the Preliminary Conference and Managing Discovery

     

    January 10, 2017

    Managing the Arbitration Hearing and Evidence

     

    February 28, 2017

    The Arbitration Award, Remedies, and Post Award Process

     

    March 28, 2017

    Ethical Aspects to Consider While Building an Arbitration Practice

     

     

     

    Scholarships:

    Scholarships to defray tuition expense for ABA programs are available upon application on a program-by-program, case-by-case basis. Preference will be given to public interest lawyers, government lawyers, full-time law professors, solo or small firm practitioners of limited means, and unemployed attorneys. Click here to complete a scholarship request for a specific program. Scholarship applications must be received at least one week before the program start date; applications submitted after that date will not be considered. You will be notified prior to the program if your application is approved. A minimum fee may be charged on all approved scholarship applications to defray expenses.

     

     

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