CCA Fellows in the Spotlight
As Leaders in the Profession, CCA Fellows are frequently featured as presenters, moderators and panelists in sessions and events hosted by outside organizations. Here is a sampling of upcoming events featuring CCA Fellows and Associates.
March 9-10, 2023 – CCA Fellows & Associates presenting at the 2023 ABA Arbitration Institute at Hogan and Lovells in New York include: Theo K. Cheng, Mark C. Morril, William H. Crosby, Jr., Deborah A. Coleman, Steven Skulnik, Gary L. Benton, Edward Lozowiski, David C. Singer, Merriann Panarella, Laura A. Kaster, Mitchell L. Marinello, Richard Silberberg, Neal Eiseman, Hon. James T. Giles (Ret.), Jack P. Levin, Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin, Alfred G. Feliu, Abigail Pessen, Myra C. Selby, Judge Faith Hochberg, Hon. Carol E. Heckman, and CCA Associates Scott L. Evans and Lisa D. Love.
March 13, 2023 – The New York State Bar Association with sponsor a program on March 13, 2023 in which CCA Fellows Charles J. Moxley, Jr., Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin, and Richard Silberberg will be serving on the faculty. To register for “Fulfilling the Promise – Getting Matters Resolved in a Timely and Efficient Way in Today’s World,” click here.
March 16, 2023 (1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EST) – CCA Fellow Richard Silberberg will serve on the faculty of the American Bar Association-sponsored program “What You Need to Know About Arbitrator Selection – From the Basic to the ‘Bet-the-Company’ Case.”
March 17, 2023 (1:30 p.m. PST) – In conjunction with California International Arbitration Week
The CCA International Arbitration Committee presents: “Rethinking Document Disclosure in International Arbitration.” It will be a hybrid program – available for live viewing in Los Angeles and also virtually. Visit https://pheedloop.com/ciaw2023/site/sessions/?event=ciaw2023§ion=184884&id=SESLG6JV9CY1LRUFC
May 11, 2023 – ABA Dispute Resolution Committee Spring Program on Barriers to Tribal Government participation in Arbitration. Chaired by CCA Fellow Carol Heckman.
June 8-9, 2023 – Stanford Law School Advanced IP/Tech Mediation and Arbitration Course – Hosted by Stanford Law School in conjunction with the Silicon Valley Arbitration & Mediation Center (SVAMC) and the California Lawyers Association (CLA)
This course is designed to provide experienced counsel legal knowledge and practical expertise in technology and IP alternative dispute resolution Leading Stanford Law academics, experienced IP litigators, and IP/Tech ADR neutrals will join together to share their expertise. The Course is a two-day comprehensive training in IP/Tech ADR advocacy skills. This course features lecture and interactive segments. Two practical texts written by course faculty will be included with the course. Upon satisfactory completion, attendees will receive a Stanford University Certificate of Completion. Click here for details.
CCA Fellows Speaking or Moderating include: David Allgeyer, Gary Benton, David Huebner, Grant Kim, Jim Madison, and Harrie Samaras.