Administered v. Ad Hoc Arbitration: Procedural Dilemmas for the Arbitrator in Complex Cases

ON DEMAND

Hosted by Thomson Reuters

Recorded on September 12, 2018



A panel of arbitration experts use a series of hypotheticals to illustrate the differences in how arbitrators address thorny procedural issues in administered and non-administered (ad hoc) arbitrations. The topics include:


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Presenters:

Richard H. Silberberg, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Partner and Co-Chair of the International Arbitration & Litigation Group and President, College of Commercial Arbitrators

Jeffrey T. Zaino, American Arbitration Association, Vice President - Commercial Division

Moderator:

Victoria Kummer
, Practical Law, Senior Legal Editor International Arbitration

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