This is an online event hosted by CIArb’s North America Branch taking place on 15 September 2020 at 1.00pm ET/10.00am PT. Please check your local time zone.
Circuit court splits have caught the Supreme Court’s attention over the past year, resulting in some stunning outcomes. Among the issues federal courts have addressed are compelling discovery in international arbitration, enforcing arbitration agreements against non-signatories, and re-interpreting the standard for delegation. The Supreme Court has already weighed in on non-signatories, has granted cert once again on delegation, and is anticipated to take up the issue of compelling discovery. Join us for a discussion among leading experts on these topics.
Brian Esler, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, Seattle, WA
Mark Ritchie FCIArb, Law Office of Mark Ritchie, P.C., Houston, TX
Elizabeth Sandza FCIArb, Wilson Elser, Washington, D.C.
Joan Steams Johnsen FCIArb, University of Florida Levin College of Law, Gainesville, FL
*CLE credit pending in Florida, Washington, Oregon and Delaware
Cost: Attendance to this online event is free, but pre-registration is required in order to receive the Zoom link.
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