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Contractual or disciplinary disputes that can not be resolved by the parties are ultimately tried and resolved in arbitration. Led by experienced arbitrators and adovcates, this workshop teaches how to advocate at arbitration for those preparing, presenting or assiting in the case.
- How to select an arbitrator and assess the strength of your case
- Evidence and testimony necessary to win an arbitration
- How to frame an issue for arbitration and develop the theory of your case
- Key points in preparing and presenting an opening statement
- Identifying and preparing witnesses
- Understanding important evidentiary concepts
- Oral closing arguments and written briefs
This two-day workshop includes a mock arbitration exercise before an experienced arbitrator.
Don Savelson is an optional service partner in the Labor & Employment Law Department. Don handles a wide variety of labor and employment matters including WARN, NLRA wage/hour, unemployment, ADA, FMLA, workers compensation, and occupational safety and health matters. He has represented clien...
Martin Scheinman, Esq., has served as a full-time Arbitrator and Mediator since 1979. During his career, Scheinman has decided or helped resolve over 20,000 disputes. Scheinman is widely viewed as one of the busiest and most acceptable neutrals in the United States. Initially serving only on labo...
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA BOG, 2018-Present; Region 2 Chair, 2012-2015) American Arbitration Association New York State Bar Association American Bar Association LERA (formerly IRRA) EDUCATION: Fordham Law School, J.D., 1987 Hamilton College, B.A. Philosophy...
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