Arbitrator Subpoenas - Are They Worth the Paper They're Printed On?Forward to colleague
Session ID: 16PRW010
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Faculty and Summary
William K. Andrews
Andrews Myers, P.C.
Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter
Under many arbitration statutes, the arbitrator can issue subpoenas either at the request of a party or independently. There are, however, numerous challenges, frustrations, as well as strategies for securing pre-hearing discovery in arbitration from non-party witnesses and non-party attendance at final evidentiary hearings.
During this 75-minute recorded webinar, a pair of experienced arbitrators provide a substantive examination of the current trends, successful approaches and strategies that parties and arbitrators have employed to compel non-party discovery and hearing attendance. They also look at the roadblocks that commonly frustrate such efforts.
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If you want to increase your knowledge of the reach of arbitral subpoenas and be better equipped to handle the real-world ramifications of efforts to compel non-party discovery and hearing attendance, you should not miss this webinar.
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PRESENTATION – Arbitrators, advocates, academics, and anyone interested in the arbitration process.
What others are saying about this presentation...
This is the best treatment of this subject I have ever heard.
The subject matter was presented from attorneys for parties, arbitrators, and non-party witness view points.
AAA sets the bar for training of neutrals and advocates in arbitration. I am never disappointed at the level of professionalism at AAA training programs.
Learned information and issues about Arbitrator subpoenas that I did not know. Well done.
Well worth the investment for both arbitrators and litigators.
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This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement.
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