Huberman to chair Law Society arbitration primer
The April 5 event will help attendees gain a solid understanding of procedure and substantive law in the area of arbitration, in order to make the pre-hearing and the hearing more efficient and cost-effective, and optimize the chances that a client's dispute will be heard in a fair way, with durable results.
From 9 a.m. – noon, presenters will review strategic considerations like pre- and post-dispute arbitration agreements, the weighing of evidence by the arbitrator, as well as post-hearing costs, interest, and enforcement.
In addition to chairing the event, Huberman will moderate a panel from 9:35 – 10:20 a.m. entitled ‘Selecting Arbitration and Choosing the Arbitrator- Is Arbitration the Most Appropriate Fit for this Dispute and these Disputants?’
The program is accredited for 2 hours and 30 minutes of Substantive and 30 minutes of Professionalism CPD content.
A Primer on Arbitration: For Litigators will take place at the Donald Lamont Learning Centre, located at 130 Queen St. W., in Toronto.
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