Third-Party Subpoenas in Arbitration: Ground Rules, Gatekeeping, and Best Practices for the Perspectives of Clients, Counsel and Arbitrators
Third-Party Subpoenas in Arbitration: Ground Rules, Gatekeeping, and Best Practices from the Perspectives of Clients, Counsel, and Arbitrators
Presented by NYSBA's Dispute Resolution Section's Domestic Arbitration Committee Co-Chairs, William Crosby, Esq. and Loretta Gastwirth, Esq. This is a hybrid program. Once you add it to your account, you will have the option to choose virtual or live. There will be a live networking reception with refreshments after the program.
Arbitration offers parties a dispute resolution mechanism that can provide finality while also limiting expenses and delays. Increasingly, however, parties seek expansive discovery in the context of arbitration. This program focuses on the third-party subpoenas in arbitration. What is the state of the law relating to subpoenas in arbitration? Is the law developing coherently across jurisdictions in the U.S., or rife for strategic forum-shopping? How do parties and arbitration advocates view the role of third-party subpoenas in arbitration? How can arbitrators remain true to the agreement of the parties in the context of discovery disputes?
Erin Gleason Alvarez, Independent Arbitrator and Mediator
Yun Lee, Associate General Counsel, AIG
Ingrid Scholze, Independent Arbitrator and Mediator
Gretta Walters, Partner, Chaffetz Lindsey LLP
Jennifer Lupo, Business Attorney and Neutral
Tong Wang, Business Attorney and Neutral
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- May 4, 2023
- 6:00 PM
- 7:00 PM
- Virtual Participation
- Dispute Resolution Section
- Domestic Arbitration Committee
- Committee on Continuing Legal Education