CCA Presents: Using the Pre-Hearing Conference to Win Your Commercial Arbitration

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The College of Commercial Arbitrators Presents: Using the Pre-Hearing Conference to Win Your Commercial Arbitration

This 90-minute panel discussion will be the first installment in an ongoing series. Attendees will receive complimentary access to Chapter Six: Prehearing Conferences and Prehearing Management in General of the CCA Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration – Fourth Edition

Friday, 1 October 2021
12:00 PM Eastern / 9:00 AM Pacific (1.5 hours)

Hosted on ZOOM by JURIS Conferences

NYS CLE credit (transitional and non-transitional) in the Areas of Professional Practice (1.5 hours for first program) and a general certificate of attendance will be provided upon request.

Registration is Complimentary


Panelists:

Eugene I. Farber – Former President of the CCA. Partner at Farber, Pappalardo & Carbonari. Over 40 years of experience as civil trial lawyer and commercial advocate, negotiator, mediator, and arbitrator in international and domestic proceedings and class actions.

L. Tyrone Holt –  Former President of the CCA. Managing Principal of The Holt Group LLC and founder and Principal of Western Neutral Services LLC. Over 40 years of experience as a commercial and construction transaction lawyer and trial attorney, and 30 years of experience as a commercial and construction mediator and arbitrator.

Laura A. Kaster – Co-Editor CCA Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration (4th Ed. 2017). Over 30 years of experience with arbitration, mediation, and settlement negotiation in a wide variety of complex commercial disputes.

For more details and full faculty biographies, visit www.jurisconferences.com.


Key Topics
• How to Prepare for Your Pre-Hearing Conference
• Setting the Stage for Your Claims and Defenses
• Disclosure and Depositions
• Confidentiality
• How Many Hearing Days Do You Really Need?

This program will include optional audience participation in live polls and a Q&A with panelists.

NYS CLE credit (transitional and non-transitional) in the Areas of Professional Practice (1.5 hours for first program) and a general certificate of attendance will be provided upon request.

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.

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