Case Management of Arbitrations: The Procedural Timetable
“Case Management of Domestic and International Arbitrations: Who should control the preparation and substance of the Procedural Timetable - the Parties or the Arbitrator(s)?”
Please join the CPR Construction Advisory Alliance for a free CLE program on November 30 at 11:30 am ET via Zoom.
This general topic program is relevant to all industries.
CPR members are invited to attend this special presentation of the Construction Advisory Industry Alliance.
Learn about what you can do to effectively control the timetable of your arbitration proceeding so that you can maintain the speed and efficiency of your arbitration matter. The panel will engage in a discussion on who is best suited to control the procedural timetable and how to make that work for your case.
Sarah Biser of Fox Rothschild
Jeremy Hannah of GE Power
- L. Tyrone Holt, Managing Principal at The Holt Group and CPR Distinguished Neutral
- Mike McIlwrath, Founder and CEO at MDisputes
- Judith B. Ittig, Partner at Ittig & Ittig, P.C. and CPR Distinguished Neutral
This meeting is open to all CPR members.
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This program is suitable for experienced attorneys (non-transitional) and is eligible for 1.0 credit NY CLE* in the Professional Practice category.
*NY CLE: CPR (International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution) has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of Continuing Legal Education in the State of New York. This continuing legal education course has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State CLE Rules and Regulations for credits as indicated above.
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