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    Advanced Arbitration Series Webinar #1: What Every Arbitrator Needs to Know Before the Hearing: Ethics, Disclosure, and Sources of Authority

    1 PM EST

     

    Once an arbitrator receives the invitation to serve, the duty to disclose any potential conflict begins as part of the appointment process and continues throughout the proceeding. How much and what should be disclosed? How should arbitrators handle disclosures once their appointment has been confirmed and the proceeding is well under way?

     

    Join two major ADR providers and two experienced arbitrators as they

    ·        Review the ethical standards that arbitrators must observe in disclosing potential conflicts;

    ·        Look at relevant case law that illustrate the perils of not disclosing enough; and

    ·        Discuss best practices on when, what and how arbitrators should disclose from the providers’ point of view. 

     

    The panel will also probe the limits of an arbitrator’s authority once he or she is selected.  Attention to limitations may make the difference between an enforceable and voidable award!

     

    This 75-minute CLE webinar is the first in our new six-part Advanced Arbitration Webinar Series. You can choose to register for the entire remainder of the live series (webinars 2-6, at a discount detailed below) or register for whichever individual webinar(s) interest you. If you miss a live webinar, click on its registration page for details on how to purchase the recording.

     

     

    Registration Deadline:

    November 15, 2017 at 10 am ET  
     

     

    Special Deal:

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

     

     

    Series Schedule:

    The registration pages for each individual webinar are linked on the left-hand side of this page.

     

    2017-2018 ADVANCED ARBITRATION Webinar Series

    nOVEMBER 15, 2017

    What Every Arbitrator Needs to Know Before the Hearing: Ethics, Disclosure, and Sources of Authority

    december 13, 2017

    Drafting Arbitration Agreements as a Map to an Efficient Proceeding

    january 31, 2018

    The All Important Preliminary Conference

    february 21, 2018

    Facing Challenging Hearing Management Issues and Evidentiary Quagmires

    march 28, 2018

    So Now You Have an Award but is this the End?

    april 25, 2018

    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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    Advanced Arbitration Series Webinar #1: What Every Arbitrator Needs to Know Before the Hearing: Ethics, Disclosure, and Sources of Authority

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Nov 15, 2017

    2017-11-15T13:00:00.000Z 2017-11-15T14:15:00.000Z Advanced Arbitration Series Webinar #1: What Every Arbitrator Needs to Know Before the Hearing: Ethics, Disclosure, and Sources of Authority  

    Once an arbitrator receives the invitation to serve, the duty to disclose any potential conflict begins as part of the appointment process and continues throughout the proceeding. How much and what should be disclosed? How should arbitrators handle disclosures once their appointment has been confirmed and the proceeding is well under way?

     

    Join two major ADR providers and two experienced arbitrators as they

    ·        Review the ethical standards that arbitrators must observe in disclosing potential conflicts;

    ·        Look at relevant case law that illustrate the perils of not disclosing enough; and

    ·        Discuss best practices on when, what and how arbitrators should disclose from the providers’ point of view. 

     

    The panel will also probe the limits of an arbitrator’s authority once he or she is selected.  Attention to limitations may make the difference between an enforceable and voidable award!

     

    This 75-minute CLE webinar is the first in our new six-part Advanced Arbitration Webinar Series. You can choose to register for the entire remainder of the live series (webinars 2-6, at a discount detailed below) or register for whichever individual webinar(s) interest you. If you miss a live webinar, click on its registration page for details on how to purchase the recording.

     

     

    Registration Deadline:

    November 15, 2017 at 10 am ET  
     

     

    Special Deal:

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

     

     

    Series Schedule:

    The registration pages for each individual webinar are linked on the left-hand side of this page.

     

    2017-2018 ADVANCED ARBITRATION Webinar Series

    nOVEMBER 15, 2017

    What Every Arbitrator Needs to Know Before the Hearing: Ethics, Disclosure, and Sources of Authority

    december 13, 2017

    Drafting Arbitration Agreements as a Map to an Efficient Proceeding

    january 31, 2018

    The All Important Preliminary Conference

    february 21, 2018

    Facing Challenging Hearing Management Issues and Evidentiary Quagmires

    march 28, 2018

    So Now You Have an Award but is this the End?

    april 25, 2018

    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.

     

     

     

     

    Speakers

    Beverly Hodgson


    After fifteen years as a Connecticut Superior Court judge, Beverly Hodgson left the Complex Litigation Docket to become an arbitrator and mediator in a wide range of cases in New York and New England.   The author of a book on arbitration law, she has taught trial practice and ADR skills at Yale Law School.  Her work includes commercial, contract, real estate, construction, insurance,  employment and labor disputes.  Before taking the bench, she tried cases in state and federal courts, including a successful appeal in the U.S. Supreme Court.  She holds degrees from Brown, Harvard and Yale Law School.

    Moderators

    Gina Miller

    Sponsors

    Section of Dispute Resolution

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