06/28/2011 - 06/30/2011
Commercial Litigation and International Arbitration
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law 55 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10003
A Comprehensive Training for the Conducting of Commercial Arbitrations Pursuant to Contemporary Best Practices
The training will be conducted by seasoned arbitrators, counsel, arbitration administrators, and academics, focusing on Best Practices for conducting commercial arbitrations in an economical, expeditious and fair manner, enabling parties to achieve the promise of commercial arbitration.
In addition to interactive sessions on managing an arbitration from the preliminary conference through the hearing and award, the program will include presentations on the law of arbitration, the ethical rules relating to service as an arbitrator, e-discovery, award writing, and the development of an arbitration practice.
Under New York’s MCLE rule this program has been approved for a total of 22.5 New York CLE credits including 15.0 Skills credits, 1.5 Law Practice Management credits, 4.0 Professional Practice credits and 2.0 Ethics credits.
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