CCA Presents: Convincing Your Arbitrators to Authorize the Discovery You Really Need in Your Commercial Arbitration | Sponsored by CPR
Hosted on Zoom by Juris Conferences
This one-hour panel discussion will be the second installment in our ongoing series. Attendees will receive complimentary access to Chapter Eight: Discovery of the CCA Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration - Fourth Edition
- Document Production: When is Enough Really Enough?
- Depositions: Good? Bad? Ugly?
- Third-Party Evidence: How Best to Get It.
- Confidentiality Orders: Reducing the Pain
This program will include optional audience participation in a Q&A with panelists.
NYS CLE credit (transitional and non-transitional) in the Areas of Professional Practice (1 hour for this program) and a general certificate of attendance will be provided upon request for all other jurisdictions.
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).
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.