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How to Succeed in Arbitration


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 64 minutes
Recorded Date: April 27, 2022
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Agenda

  • How to proceed with pre-hearing discovery
  • How to prepare for the arbitration hearing
  • How to determine what is admissible at the hearing
  • How to make your hearing presentation more persuasive
  • What to submit to the arbitrator after the hearing
  • What remedies you can seek in arbitration
  • How to protect the confidentiality of arbitration
  • What to do after the arbitrator renders an award
  • When the Federal Arbitration Act applies
Runtime: 1 hour, 4 minutes
Recorded: April 27, 2022

For NY - Difficulty Level: For experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)

Description

This seminar will enhance your skills in arbitrating disputes. To succeed in arbitration, you must know how to draft and analyze arbitration agreements, how to select arbitrators, how to deal with pre-hearing proceedings, how to represent your client effectively at arbitration hearings, and what remedies are available after arbitration awards are issued.

This program was recorded on April 21st, 2022.

Provided By

American Bar Association
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Panelists

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Stewart I Edelstein

Clinical Visiting Lecturer in Law
Yale Law School

Stewart Edelstein lives in Stockbridge with his wife, Lynn. He has been a trial lawyer for 40 years. He is the author of two books, Dubious Doublets: A Delightful Compendium of Unlikely Word Pairs of Common Origin, from Aardvark/Porcelain to Zodiac/Whiskey (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.) and How to Succeed as a Trial Lawyer (American Bar Association), as well as numerous articles in professional journals for lawyers. He is on the board of the Stockbridge Land Trust and of the Literacy Network of Southern Berkshire and has served on boards of the Greater Bridgeport Symphony Orchestra and the Fairfield Historical Society.

He is a graduate of Oberlin College (1970) and Cornell Law School (1973). He taught at Yale Law School for 20 years, and in the Spring of 2015, he taught his first OLLI course on etymology. He is a graduate of Oberlin College and Cornell Law School, where he was on the moot court team. At Stanford Law School, he completed the Advanced Course in Trial Advocacy, and at Harvard Law School, he completed the Teacher Training Program, both under the auspices of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.


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