Dispositive Motions in Arbitration - Best Practices for Advocates & ArbitratorsForward to colleague
Session ID: 16PRW009
Registration Status: Open
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Faculty and Summary
When it comes to dispositive motions, certainly a claim made in arbitration could be just as suitable for disposition without a full evidentiary hearing as a claim made in civil court. Such motions may be beneficial from both a time and cost standpoint. But are dispositive motions allowed at all? By what authority? Must the arbitrator entertain them? When? What are the standards for determination? What should advocates consider in deciding whether to file such a motion?
From this 90-minute recorded webinar, advocates will learn their best chances of prevailing on dispositive motions, including when to ask permission to file and when not to. Arbitrators will learn best practices to identify when such motions should be encouraged, and when permission should not be granted.
Areas covered will include:
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PRESENTATION – Arbitrators, advocates, and anyone interested in the arbitration process.
What others are saying about this presentation...
Practical addressing of dispositive motions with experiences and case and statutory law.
Discussion of dispositive motions in arbitration was practical and useful to both arbitrators and practitioners.
A good seminar that really covered the topic well and provide real guidance.
Very helpful on a difficult topic. Provided insight into the varying circumstances which arise from dispositive motions and suggestions for handling them.
This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement.
Launching the Course After Registration
If you purchase this recorded webinar you will receive a confirmation email containing a link to the course. You will click the course link in that email or copy and paste the link into your browser to launch the course.
THIS COURSE IS COMPATIBLE WITH SAFARI.
CLE is currently not offered on AAA recorded webinars. Some jurisdictions will allow CLE credit for online programs, and we suggest that you confirm CLE credit availability for this type of program with the appropriate state CLE regulator. A Certificate of Attendance will be provided upon request.
Please contact AAA Education Services at AAAEducation@adr.org or 212-716-3977.