Advanced Arbitration Insight: 20/20

    By Carl F Ingwalson Jr et al.

    Advanced Arbitration Insight: 20/20

    Advanced Arbitration Insight: 20/20

    By Carl F Ingwalson Jr et al.

    This tool for arbitration training raises some of the more sophisticated issues in complex commercial arbitrations. The format consists of 20 vignettes depicting several stages of a simulated arbitration from pre-arbitration through post-award phases. Each vignette is followed by a series of three or four questions that raise ...
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    This tool for arbitration training raises some of the more sophisticated issues in complex commercial arbitrations. The format consists of 20 vignettes depicting several stages of a simulated arbitration from pre-arbitration through post-award phases. Each vignette is followed by a series of three or four questions that raise probing issues for discussion. The simulation is based on a hypothetical situation developed by Rich Chernick, Vice President and Managing Director of JAM's Arbitration Practice and Chair of the ABA Advanced Arbitration Training Institute. The principal drafters of the vignettes included: John Phillips, an arbitrator and mediator with the law firm Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP in Kansas City; Dennis Sharp, an ADR Neutral with Sharp Resolutions and part time law professor at California Western School of Law in San Diego; and, Dean Emeritus Lani Bader of Golden Gate University School of Law, a full time arbitrator. The accompanying Discussion Guide, written by Dennis Sharp, John Phillips and Carl Ingwalson, an arbitrator and mediator with the law firm Phillips, Haskett and Ingwalson PC in San Diego, contains a list of references to assist professors and trainers in the discussion of each DVD segment; this guide is also an excellent source of authorities and references for advocates and arbitrators. The production was a joint project of the Arbitration and the Advocacy & Corporate ADR Committees of the Section of Dispute Resolution of the ABA.Sponsored by the University of Missouri School of Law, College of Commercial Arbitrators, and International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution ( CPR Institute).

    Product Details

    Sponsor Groups

    Section of Dispute Resolution

    Author

    Carl F Ingwalson Jr , Dennis Lee Sharp , John R Phillips , Lani Bader , Richard Chernick

    ISBN

    1-59031-735-1

    Product Code

    5100001PDF

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