ARBITRATORS’ QUESTIONS AND OTHER PROACTIVE STEPS IN ARBITRATION: HOW FAR CAN ARBITRATORS GO?
Sponsored by Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Committee on Arbitration and ADR
AAA-ICDR Dispute Resolution Center,
150 East 42nd Street, 17th Floor, New York, NY
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (with reception to follow)
As a follow up to John Fellas’ insightful article, “Arbitrators’ Questions: Can They Cross a Line?” appearing in the New York Law Journal (September 2019), there will be a discussion with Mr. Fellas about his views and conclusions on arbitrators’ questions and other proactive steps in arbitration. How far can an arbitrator go? When do they cross the line?
John Fellas, Esq. of Hughes Hubbard & Reed
Charlie Moxley and Jeffrey T. Zaino
The program and reception are complimentary.
For more information about the NYSBA Commercial and Federal Litigation Section, contact Lara Nowicki, Section Liaison.
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