Healthcare Webinar Series: You’ve Been Served - Considerations to Maximize Arbitration's BenefitsForward to colleague
Session ID: 21PRW018
Registration Status: Open
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Faculty and Summary
In this recorded presentation, arbitrators and veteran case administrators share how to establish the framework for your arbitration. Topics include hearing locale, number of arbitrators, arbitrator selection, fixed-fee options, and streamlined panel and discovery—and how disagreements are resolved prior to arbitrator appointments.
Knowing the thoughts of experienced arbitrators on various aspects of arbitration preparation and their processes as they consider a case will help inside and outside counsel effectively, economically, and efficiently shape and present their own cases.
John Allen Chalk, Member, Whitaker Chalk Swindle & Schwartz, PLLC; Fort Worth, TX
Mitchell E. Zamoff, Professor, University of Minnesota Law School; Minneapolis, MN
Kelly Turner, Senior Counsel, AAA; Chicago, IL
Jen Mora, Manager of ADR Services, AAA; Fresno, CA
Michelle Skipper, Vice President, Commercial Division & National Healthcare Lead, AAA; Charlotte, NC
Berkley Research Group
Who Would Benefit From This Presentation?
Healthcare attorneys, including in-house and outside counsel for hospitals, providers, health plans, and life science, bio-tech, medical device and pharmaceutical organizations and those interested in learning more about healthcare dispute resolution will find the information in this program invaluable and will be better armed and prepared for integrating, managing and resolving healthcare disputes through ADR.
Launching the Presentation After Registering
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