EXPLORE CONSIDERATIONS IN DECIDING BETWEEN ARBITRATION AND COURT FROM THREE OF FEDARB’S FEDERAL JUDGES
Explore consideration in deciding between Arbitration and the Court from three of FedArb’s Federal Judges
Join us on Tuesday, April 13th, 2021 at 12:00PM EST / 9:00AM PST and learn important practice pointers from these distinguished retired federal Judges.
“Advantages and Disadvantages of Arbitration vs. The Court”
Flexibility – Discovery – Evidentiary Rules – Cost – Appeal
Selection of arbitrator/judge – Confidentiality – Enforceability
Join us on April 13 for an in-depth discussion on the differences between the arbitration process and the court system. The pandemic has altered several significant aspects of proceeding with a court session. With pointed insight from three esteemed and experienced retired federal judges, Judges Braden, Judge Robinson and Judge Scheindlin will highlight the benefits of arbitration, including flexibility, the arbitrator selection and the efficiencies. They will also break down the difference in proceeding with motions, appeals and trials and how these have changed as the result of the pandemic.