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Arbitration: Practical Review And Important Developments 3.25 North Carolina General Credits

Recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions have shown the importance of arbitration provisions in legal documents. In this 3.3-hour, June 16, 2016 program,Patrick M. Connors, Esquire, a Professor of Law atAlbany Law School, gives a comprehensive and practical review of arbitration, including important recent developments and much more. At some point in their practices, virtually every lawyer gets involved with arbitration, whether in reviewing and/or drafting an arbitration provision or representing a client in an arbitration, and will pick up important tips, warnings, and suggestions from Mr. Connors.

Major topics include:
History of arbitration
Federal Arbitration Act ("FAA")
FAA and recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions
Class action waivers in arbitration
Gateway/threshold issues for the court
Arbitration, healthcare, and camps
Arbitration and employment contracts
McCarran-Ferguson Act
Multiple agreements between the parties
Can an arbitrator award punitive damages?
Enforcement of arbitration awards and interest
Challenging arbitration awards
Uniform Arbitration Act

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AK 3.25 General Credits
AZ 3.25 General Credits
CA 3.25 General Credits
CO 4 General Credits, Course ID #766827, Expires 2020-12-31
CT 3.3 General Credits
DE 3.3 General Credits, Expires 2018-06-15
FL 4 General Credits, Course #1709069N, Expires 2019-07-26
GA 3.3 General Credits, Expires 2018-12-31
IL 3.25 General Credits
IN 3.3 General Credits, Expires 2020-07-25
KY 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2018-06-30
LA 3.33 General Credits, Expires 2017-07-24
ME 3.3 General Credits, Expires 2018-06-15
MO 4 General Credits
NV 3 General Credits, Course #20514, Expires 2019-12-31
NJ 4 General Credits
NM 3.3 General Credits, Recorded 6/16/16
NY 4 Skills Credits for "Experienced Attorneys" ONLY (attorneys seeking NY credit must ALWAYS place their orders from the New York page)
NC 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2020-12-31
OH 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2018-12-31
OR 3.25 Gen/Practsk Credits
PA 3 General Credits
TN 3.33 General Credits, Expires 2020-07-10
TX 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2019-06-30
UT 3 General Credits, Expires 2018-12-31
VT 3.3 General Credits, Expires 2018-06-15
VA 3.5 General Credits, Expires 2018-10-31
WA 3.25 Law & Legal Procedure Credits, Activity ID #1011725
WV 4 General Credits

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