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Locked Arbitrator Subpoenas - Are They Worth the Paper They're Printed On?

  • Published: Feb 5, 2024
  • Duration 1.3h
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Price: USD $90.00

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75 Minutes

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.

Areas covered include:

  • a review of current federal law;
  • representative court cases;
  • anecdotal examples of creative approaches to non-party discovery and hearing attendance through arbitrator subpoenas.

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.

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 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).

Total: USD $90.00