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Developments in Arbitration Law: Testing the Boundaries of Court Intervention
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When: 5/20/2015
2:00 pm-3:15 pm

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Developments in Arbitration Law: Testing the Boundaries of Court Intervention

Live Webinar

May 20, 2015 | 2:00 pm-3:15 pm ET | $95


Theodore K. Cheng
Eric P. Tuchmann

Register for this 75-minute webinar to learn how various issues have been handled by reviewing courts.

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On May 20, the American Arbitration Association will present the next installment in its ongoing series of legal update webinars. Developments in Arbitration LawTesting the Boundaries of Court Intervention webinar will explore some of the issues that can create tensions when parties seek to have courts intervene in the arbitration process. The legal update will be presented by AAA General Counsel Eric P. Tuchmann and attorney/arbitrator/ mediator Theodore K. Cheng, who is an AAA Board Nominee and 2013 Higginbotham Fellow.

The period of time and the circumstances in which a court may become involved in an arbitration depend on a number of factors. Many courts have clearly delineated the limited role courts play in the arbitration process. However, certain issues arise with greater frequency that test the boundaries of the courts’ role. The outcomes of some of these challenges can have significant consequences for an arbitration proceeding or the enforceability of an award.

CLE credits will be available in the following jurisdictions (credit amounts vary by attendance verification and jurisdictional rules): Arizona, California, Georgia, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Vermont.