Alternative Dispute Resolution For In-House Counsel
Writing, Litigating And Resolving Disputes With User-Friendly Mediation And Arbitration Provisions
Millions of business contracts provide for mediation and arbitration as ways of resolving disputes. The agreement to arbitrate or mediate can empower the parties with a great deal of control—over the process and the arbitrator who hears the case, or the mediator who assists the parties in settlement efforts.
For busy in-house counsel, the different options and considerations for alternative dispute resolution clauses can seem endless and overwhelming. But the payoffs are immense, as a well-constructed dispute resolution clause can provide certainty by defining the process prior to a dispute, after which agreement becomes more problematic.
Tune in for the next edition of our IHC Essentials Series, as Rosemarie Chiusano, and Ann Kotlarski, Esq., of Judicate West, a leading provider of private dispute resolution services, will provide an informative and engaging CLE presentation for in-house counsel on how to navigate the tricky world of ADR. Rosemarie and Ann will discuss:
– Key considerations for drafting mediation and arbitration provisions and governing rules;
– best practices for selecting a neutral mediator or arbitrator;
– best practices for getting the most from your mediator; and
– Key considerations for engaging in Virtual ADR
This webinar will help in-house counsel write, litigate, and resolve disputes with user-friendly mediation and arbitration provisions.
PLEASE NOTE: THE VIDEO IS NOT CLE ELIGIBLE