Dale Schian Participates in the State Bar of Arizona Convention: ADR Talks

Start Time: 1:15 p.m.
End Time: 4:30 p.m.
Location: Virtual Convention

3 CLE Ethics Credit Hours

A diverse and highly respected panel of mediators and arbitrators present short (15 minutes), focused presentations discussing important aspects of ADR. The speakers have chosen topics they feel strongly about, and that they believe other lawyers need to hear.

Topics include: Anatomy of an Online Arbitration, Optimization of Zoom in ADR, Labor vs. Commercial and Employment Arbitrations: Important Differences, Diffusing Emotional Responses in ADR, Enforcement of International Arbitration Awards, Use of Receiverships in ADR, Facilitating Workplace Dispute Resolution, Arbitrability: Henry Schein v. Archer and White Sales, 139 S. Ct. 524 (2019), and Effective Use of Settlement Counsel in ADR.

What You’ll Learn:

  1. How to more effectively prepare for and participate in the ADR process, including the anatomy of an online arbitration, the effective use of settlement counsel and how to diffuse emotional responses
  2. How to facilitate workplace disputes
  3. The threshold question: The Law of Arbitrability

Presented by:
Alternative Dispute Resolution Section

Robb Itkin, Open Mind Ventures LLC

Maureen Beyers, Beyers Farrell PLLC (Anatomy of an Online Arbitration)
Lee Blackman, Blackman ADR Services (Optimization of Zoom in ADR)
Nick Enoch, Lubin & Enoch PC (Labor vs. Commercial and Employment Arbitrations: Important Differences)
Ruth Franklin, ON Semiconductor (Diffusing Emotional Responses in ADR)
Jeremy Goodman, Goodman Law PLLC (Enforcement of International Arbitration Awards)
Robb Itkin (Receiverships in ADR)
Amy Lieberman, Insight Employment Mediation (Facilitating Workplace Dispute Resolution)
Kathi Sandweiss, Jaburg & Wilk PC (Arbitrability: Henry Schein v. Archer and White Sales, 139 S. Ct. 524 (2019))
Dale Schian, Gallagher & Kennedy PA (Effective Use of Settlement Counsel in ADR)