The “How To” of Presenting Damages in ArbitrationForward to colleague
Session ID: 16PRW006
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Faculty and Summary
It may seem obvious that damages are a critical component of any arbitration. Yet, preparations to prove, resist, or mitigate damages often languish until the eve of the evidentiary hearing, long after discovery is complete. Skilled counsel will be thinking about, and preparing, their case for or against damages from the outset.
This 60-minute recorded webinar focuses on the steps necessary for success in presenting damages in arbitration. Topics covered include--
Arbitrators and advocates who register for this presentation will come away with an advanced understanding of the role that damages play in arbitration, best practices in presenting and proving damages, and the role of the expert.
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PRESENTATION – Arbitrators, advocates, academics, and anyone interested in arbitration advocacy and the dynamics of the arbitration process.
What others are saying about this presentation...
I, as an arbitrator, was totally in control and comfortable until it got to damages. The distances between the two positions was insurmountable for me. I received many helpful suggestions.
Excellent program. The speakers were experts in their field and very well prepared. Well organizes are presented. It was clear that the speakers were prepared and focused on the issues. Well done.
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This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education requirement.
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