|Date:||Mon, Mar 7, 2011 9:00am - 5:30pm|
|Type:||Continuing Legal Education|
Webcast sponsored by Practising Law Institute (PLI) out of New York, NY.
Columbus Bar Association is the Groupcast location in Columbus.
If your company or client has a dispute arising out of a contract with a foreign party, international arbitration represents the best method of resolving that dispute in a neutral forum and enforcing any subsequent award. However, the resolution of international business disputes through arbitration raises issues that are simply not present in the litigation context. In many ways, arbitration offers more choices than litigation. What is the appropriate place of arbitration? Under which rules should you arbitrate? How many arbitrators should you have? Which arbitrator should you choose? How can you make the proceeding more efficient? This program will address these and other critical issues and give you the information you need to successfully navigate the international arbitration process.
Click here for more information and to register. This will take you to PLI New York.
Select Columbus, OH Groupcast as your Location.
PLI New York will report up to the maximum available Ohio CLE Hours.
This course - Ohio CLE Hours: 7.5 (pending)