Arbitration Awards: Potential Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them
12 PM GMT
Co-Sponsors: Section of Dispute Resolution Arbitration Committee
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This webinar will address what to think/worry about when drafting an arbitral award. It will discuss a recent, surprising survey of federal and state court opinions vacating arbitral awards. It will cover the elements of a good Reasoned Award, the most prevalent form of Award, and discuss the pros and cons of interim awards. Finally, it will impart practical tips to keep in mind when drafting an Award. Designed for both novice and experienced arbitrators.
July 25, 2017 at 10 am ET
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