The College of Commercial Arbitrators Presents: Convincing Your Arbitrators to Authorize the Discovery You Really Need in Your Commercial Arbitration

Session II – Wednesday, 4 May 2022
1:00 PM Eastern Time / 10:00 AM Pacific Time (1 hour)

Hosted on ZOOM by JURIS Conferences

This one-hour panel discussion will be the second installment in our ongoing series. 

Session II

Registration

Click here to register on Zoom.

NYS CLE credit (transitional and non-transitional) in the Areas of Professional Practice (1 hour for first program) and a general certificate of attendance will be provided upon request for all other jurisdictions.

Program

This lively discussion, which will include optional audience participation in a Q&A with panelists, will cover the following key topics:
• Document Production: When is Enough Really Enough?
• Depositions: Good? Bad? Ugly?
• Third-Party Evidence: How Best to Get It.
• Confidentiality Orders: Reducing the Pain

Please note that this conference will be recorded and may be made available by JURIS Publishing after the event. Audience members will not be visible in the recording.

Faculty

Angela Foster – An accomplished arbitrator and mediator of a broad array of commercial disputes, including intellectual property, securities and employment discrimination cases.

Marc J. Goldstein –  Founder of MJG Arbitration, a full-time independent arbitrator and mediator of complex international and domestic disputes.

Vivien B. Shelanski – A commercial arbitrator and mediator with JAMS and a Co-Editor of the CCA’s Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration (3rd Edition).   

Moderator

Neal M. Eiseman – Over 30 years experience as a commercial litigator, arbitrator and mediator of business, construction and real estate disputes and President-Elect of the CCA.

College of Commercial Arbitrators Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration – Fourth Edition

The fourth edition of the Guide provides practical guidance on conducting U.S.-based commercial arbitrations and international arbitrations throughout the world. With contributions by more than 70 prominent arbitrators, this book is an indispensable, authoritative reference work for those working and interested in commercial arbitration.

Conference registrants can purchase the CCA Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration with a 20% discount on print or digital format using the promotional code CCA20. 

*Promotional code only valid on orders made via publisher’s website with a credit card.