Practical Considerations In Navigating Emergency Arbitrations – Video Replay
Emergency arbitration is a process that allows parties to seek interim relief from an arbitrator before the constitution of a panel. This program will highlight how to make such applications under the American Arbitration Association Commercial Arbitration Rules (R-38); an overview of how emergency arbitration has been used in practice; and considerations for hearings and enforcement.
• Overview of presentation
• Learning objectives
• Speaker introductions
II. Rule Requirements
• Review Commercial Rules R-38, including the process for initiating; showing of immediate and irreparable loss or damage
III. In Practice
• Discussion of statistics for 2019, 2020, 2021 (AAA and industry statistics)
– Number of emergency applications made
– Applications granted
– Relief sought
– Average institution + arbitrator fees
– Average process time
IV. Practical Considerations
• Making the application
• Preliminary hearing presentations
• Ensuing process, if granted
• Overview caselaw in U.S.
VI. Review and Conclusion
Please note: As this is a video replay, Skills credits do not qualify for newly admitted attorneys. Any live questions asked by the audience that are not answered during the program will be forwarded to the speakers.
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- September 13, 2022
- 12:00 PM
- 1:00 PM
- Virtual Participation
- Commercial & Federal Litigation Section
- Committee on Continuing Legal Education