The Rise of Modern Arbitration Laws in America

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60 Minutes

This recorded presentation offers valuable insight into why America's arbitration laws changed dramatically in the 1920's and the importance these laws had on the enforceability and irrevocability of agreements to arbitrate future disputes. 

Professor Imre S. Szalai of Loyola University College of Law provides an extensive overview of the many different people, institutions, beliefs, philosophies and events - including the role played by the American Arbitration Association - contributing to the enactment of modern arbitration laws. 

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

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CLE credit is not available for this presentation.

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