Dec

    Dispositive Motion Practice in Arbitration: The Tide is Rising

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    Parties in arbitration proceedings are increasingly requesting and filing dispositive motions, thus arbitrators are increasingly being presented with dispositive motions in the proceedings over which they are presiding. With that, it has never been more important for arbitrators to be well versed in the objectives, applicable rules, procedures, and best practices relating to dispositive motions.

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    Despite the COVID-19 epidemic, arbitration filings in the United States and worldwide continue to soar. The American Arbitration Association (AAA) alone has administered over 300,000 such disputes this year. With remote proceedings and the demand for cost effective timely resolution of disputes continuing to surge, there is a great need to understand the role and utilization of dispositive motions to help achieve the balance between fairness and efficiency in resolving disputes.

    In this program, nationally prominent, deeply experienced neutrals Reg Holmes and Janice Sperow will lead you through an interactive discussion of the authority, standards, proof, timing, proper management, and utilization of this important tool. They will focus this presentation on practical tips, proven approaches, and best practices. Centering on the AAA rules as model rules, this interactive session will also address the role of the managerial arbitrator in meeting the rising tide of arbitral dispositive motions.

    Event Details

    Duration

    90

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Dec 02, 2020

    2020-12-02T13:00:00-05:00 2020-12-02T14:30:00-05:00 Dispositive Motion Practice in Arbitration: The Tide is Rising

    Parties in arbitration proceedings are increasingly requesting and filing dispositive motions, thus arbitrators are increasingly being presented with dispositive motions in the proceedings over which they are presiding. With that, it has never been more important for arbitrators to be well versed in the objectives, applicable rules, procedures, and best practices relating to dispositive motions.

    Sponsors

    Section of Dispute Resolution

    Panelists

    Janice L Sperow

    Reginald Andrew Holmes

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