A party who is dissatisfied with the result of an arbitration proceeding will sometimes seek to have a court “vacate” or set aside the award. What can you do to reduce the likelihood that an award will be vacated? This 60-minute recorded webinar examines the elements of an effective and enforceable arbitration award. It addresses the ethical obligations of arbitrators to disclose all potentially disqualifiable facts and the duties of an arbitrator to issue an award in timely fashion. The presenters also review the components of an award that are critical to it being confirmed and enforced, and issues (and omissions) that have historically proven problematic.
Specific statutes and rules that are discussed are—
- the Federal Arbitration Act;
- California, New York, Illinois, and Florida arbitration acts;
- the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (the “New York Convention”);
- the Inter-American Convention on International Commercial Arbitration (the “Panama Convention”).
Rules to be discussed include—
- the American Arbitration Association Commercial Rules (2013);
- the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) International Dispute Resolution Procedures (2014); and
- the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules (2010).
What others are saying about this presentation...
The program provided a focused approach regarding issues that consistently arise during arbitrations.
This program is proactive in that it informs one in advance of the hearing what to anticipate could result in all your good work in the hearing and award going awry.
This webinar addresses issues important for arbitrators to keep in mind while processing each and every case.
Good road map of how to organize yourself for protecting your award.
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PRESENTATION: Arbitrators, advocates, academics, and anyone interested in the dynamics of arbitration.
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This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education requirement.
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