AAA - ICDR Life Science Webinar Part 1 - Tips for Drafting and Implementing ADR Clauses

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Session ID: 22PRW002

AAA - ICDR Life Science Webinar Part 1 - Tips for Drafting and Implementing ADR Clauses


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Recorded Webinar

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    Always Available
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    Self Paced
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Faculty and Summary

The panel will share insights on what to consider when drafting domestic and international life sciences ADR clauses. The discussion will focus on how to best integrate alternative dispute resolution solutions into your agreement and hear best clause drafting practices from experienced arbitrators and practitioners.

Topics Include: Whether mediation or other forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution are considered prior to or concurrently with the international arbitration. Selecting the arbitrators - whether partyappointed or list method and what are the qualifications sought along with a discussion on the appointment of experts and approach to the exchange of information.

Additional issues include confidentiality, classified information, neutral forum, limited discovery and final, enforceable and transportable awards. The panel also help distinguish the difference between the AAA-ICDR’s Commercial and International Arbitration rules.

Faculty: David L. Evans, Murphy & King LLP; Boston, MA Angela Foster, PhD, Law Offices of Angela Foster; North Brunswick, NJ

Audience: Healthcare and life science attorneys, including in-house and outside counsel for hospitals, providers, health plans, and life science, bio-tech, medical device and pharmaceutical organizations and those interested in learning more about domestic and international life sciences dispute resolution will find the information in this program invaluable and will be better armed and prepared for integrating, managing and resolving disputes through ADR.

This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement.


CLE Information:

The AAA does not offer CLE in any jurisdiction for our online programs, but you may be able to use a copy of the certificate of completion available at the conclusion of the course to submit for CLE credit on your own. We recommend that you confirm availability of CLE in your jurisdiction for this type of course.


Please contact AAA Education Services at or 212-484-4096.