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USC: The First Annual ADR Symposium

USC: The First Annual ADR Symposium

The First Annual ADR Symposium
Presented By: USC Gould School of Law

Event USC: The First Annual ADR Symposium
Date/Time April 15, 2016
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM (PST)
Featured Topics Richard Chernick, Esq. | 10:40 AM -11:55 AM (PST)

The Future of Party Arbitrator Practice in Commercial Arbitration
Tripartite arbitrations are increasingly common in larger commercial cases. Typically, parties each appoint a neutral arbitrator, and those two neutrals appoint a third arbitrator who acts as the Chair. Many have been concerned that party-appointed arbitrators are not truly "neutral" and that this process is burdened with unnecessary costs and delays. The panel will address these issues, assess suggested alternatives to this practice, and comment on the likelihood that commercial parties will embrace such changes.

Jay Folberg, Esq. | 1:45 PM - 3:00 PM (PST)

The Advantages and Pitfalls of Arbitration Regulation
Arbitration is now regulated more tightly than ever in California, covering the spectrum from more rigorous arbitrator disclosure requirements to rules governing the enforcement of arbitration awards. Have these rules and requirements helped or harmed arbitration users and participants?

JAMS Speaker(s) Richard Chernick, Esq.
Jay Folberg, Esq.
Location USC Gould School of Law
699 Exposition Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90089

Featured People

Richard Chernick, Esq.
  • Business Commercial
  • Construction
  • Construction Defect
  • Cybersecurity & Privacy
  • Employment Law
  • Engineering & Construction
  • Entertainment & Sports
  • Federal Law
  • Governmental & Public Agency
  • Health Care
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual Property
  • International & Cross-Border
  • Personal Injury
  • Real Property
  • Securities
  • Surety
Jay Folberg, Esq.
  • Business/Commercial
  • Construction Defect
  • Education/Schools
  • Employment Law
  • Environmental
  • Estates/Probate/Trusts
  • Family Law
  • Government/Public Agency
  • Higher Education & Title IX
  • Professional Liability
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