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Recent Developments in the Law of Contractual Arbitration
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Recent Developments in the Law of Contractual Arbitration

The SCCBA Business Law & Litigation Section present a MCLE Brown Bag: The program will focus on the practical implications of recent cases for civil litigators seeking to compel or oppose arbitration in litigation, and for transactional attorneys who need to make sure their contracts have enforceable arbitration and other dispute resolution clauses.

9/30/2014
When: September 30, 2014
12:00PM-1:00PM
Where: SCCBA Seminar & Conference Center
31 North Second Street, 4th Floor
San Jose, California  95113
United States
Presenter: see below
Contact: SCCBA
408-287-2557


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Recent federal and state appellate decisions reflect an increased willingness to limit or reject contractual arbitration.  This program summarizes the lessons from these cases and provides some drafting tips to consider when crafting an alternative dispute resolution clause, whether the contract clause provides for mediation, arbitration, or judicial reference.

The program will focus on the practical implications of recent cases for civil litigators seeking to compel or oppose arbitration in litigation, and for transactional attorneys who need to make sure their contracts have enforceable arbitration and other dispute resolution clauses.  The program will also be of interest to in-house or governmental attorneys who want to make sure that their litigation strategy and their contracts are consistent with recent developments in the law governing arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.

 
Pricing:
SCCBA Member: $25
Non-Member: $50
 
Registration: 11:30 PM


MCLE CREDIT: 
1.0 General Substantive Law


SPEAKERS:

Peter Rehon, Rehon & Roberts, APC

 


 

 

Parking is available just across the street from the SCCBA at the 3rd Street Parking Garage located between E. Santa Clara Street and St. John Street (SCCBA does not validate). 

Cancellations and refunds will be accepted only 48 hours prior to the event.  

*State Bar of California Approved MCLE: The Santa Clara County Bar Association is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider.   This program is approved for California MCLE credit.

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