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The Interaction Between the CPLR and the Federal Arbitration Act -- Which Law Applies and When? -- ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED, AT DOOR REGISTRATION ONLY

Thursday, June 19, 2014, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Registration for this course is now closed.

Intended Audience:
Members of NYCLA's ADR, Supreme Court and Federal Courts Committees may attend for $35. Register above as "Law Office Staff." Status will be confirmed at registration.

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Location: 2nd Floor Auditorium

Course ID: C061914

Credits: 3 NJ: 3 General
3 NY Credits: 0.5 Ethics; 1.5 Skills; 1 PP; Transitional and Non-transitional;

Course Description:

This CLE program will focus on the interesting and crucial interaction between CPLR art. 75, the New York Arbitration Act, and the Federal Arbitration Act. 

This discussion is  of vital significance to litigators, arbitrators and transactional attorneys drafting arbitration clauses and will focus on questions such as:

  • When an issue regarding arbitration arises, when does the FAA and when does the CPLR apply?  
  • When is interstate commerce implicated in an arbitration and why does it matter?  
  • What effects does this statutory choice of law have procedurally in pre-final and post-final award applications for judicial relief? 

 This program is a must attend for arbitration practitioners!!!

Faculty:
Program Co-sponsors: NYCLA's ADR Committee, NYCLA's Supreme Court Committee and NYCLA's Federal Courts Committee

Moderator:: Robert Davidson,Esq., FCIArb, JAMS

Faculty: William T. Brown, Esq.;  Hon. Ariel E. Belen (Ret.), JAMS; Charles J. Moxley, MoxleyADR LLC

 

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