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Discovery in Arbitration: What You Need to Know Now

Discovery in Arbitration: What You Need to Know Now

Presented by the Los Angeles County Bar Association's Labor and Employment Law Section

CLE Webinar Credit: 1.0 Hour General Credit
Join Barbara A. Reeves, Esq., CEDS, Deborah Crandall Saxe, Esq. and Joel M. Grossman, Esq. for LACBA's Labor and Employment Law Section's upcoming virtual breakfast program.

This program will explore the availability of discovery in employment arbitrations. The presentation will focus first on the meaning of the term "adequate" discovery, as set forth in the California Supreme Court's landmark Armendariz case, which allows employers to require employees to arbitrate claims. It will cover the differences between obtaining discovery in arbitration, as opposed to in court and will then focus on the recent decision in Aixtron, Inc. v. Veeco Instruments, Inc., which in most instances bars discovery from third parties in arbitration.

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