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No Judge, No Jury: A Practical Look at Employment Arbitration

No Judge, No Jury: A Practical Look at Employment Arbitration

Presented by the Labor & Employment Committee of the New York City Bar

CLE Seminar Workshop Webinar Credit: 1.5 New York Skills CLE Credits; 1.5 New Jersey General Credits; 1.5 California General MCLE Credits; 1.0 Pennsylvania General Credits; Connecticut Credits Available to Licensed Attorneys
As discrimination and other employment cases are more frequently arbitrated, it is important for practitioners to understand how proceedings in this forum differ from litigation in the courts. Attendees will learn about the enforceability of arbitration clauses, how discovery in arbitration has unique characteristics and how an arbitration award may be challenged or enforced. This program will discuss:
  • Introduction of Panelists and Hypotheticals
  • Do I Really Have to Be Here (When I’d Rather Be in Court)?
  • OK, I’m Stuck Here, What Happens?
  • What Can I Say About These Proceedings I Didn’t Want to Participate in?
  • Wait a Minute, I Didn’t Want to Be Here, and I Have to Pay for It?
  • I Won/Lost! What’s Next?
Program Chair & Moderator:
Hon. James “Jay” C. Francis IV (Ret.) | JAMS

  • Melissa Rodriguez | Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
  • Mariann Wang | Cuti Hecker Wang LLP

Featured People

Hon. James
  • Business Commercial
  • Civil Rights
  • Class Action & Mass Tort
  • Employment Law
  • Federal Law
  • Financial Markets
  • Higher Education & Title IX
  • Intellectual Property
  • Life Sciences
Robin H. Gise, Esq.
  • Business Commercial
  • Construction Defect
  • Employment Law
  • Higher Education & Title IX
  • Insurance
  • Personal Injury
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