What Construction Lawyers Need to Know About the Increasing Inclusion of Pre-Dispute Mediation & Arbitration Clauses in Construction Contracts
- Published: May 2011
In How to Read, Negotiate & Dispute Aspects of Arbitration Provisions in Contracts as a Litigator, ExecSense examines the most effective strategies and best practices used by leading litigators to ensure that the arbitration provisions that their clients are agreeing to are consistent and in harmony with other provisions of their agreements and related agreements. Take the 60 minutes to view this webinar (on your computer, mobile phone, iPad, Kindle or printed out) and learn valuable tips and techniques for reading, negotiating and disputing arbitration provisions on behalf of your litigation clients.
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The webinar is led by an expert in negotiating and disputing arbitration provisions, J. Sean Lemoine, Partner, Wick Phillips Gould Martin LLP, and focuses on:
- Everything you need to know in 60 minutes to ensure that the arbitration provisions your clients are agreeing to are consistent and in harmony with other provisions of their agreements and related agreements
- Easy-to-implement strategies and best practices used by the most successful litigators to read, negotiate and dispute arbitration provisions on behalf of their clients, including tips for interpreting arbitration clauses, deciding between a broad (i.e. providing for arbitration of all disputes "arising under or in connection with" a contract) or narrow (i.e. only submitting certain disputes to arbitration) clause, how to avoid poorly drafted arbitration clauses, how to dispute clauses that are drafted improperly, and more
- The 10 questions most asked by litigators about how to ensure properly drafted arbitration clauses in their clients’ contracts in order to avoid separate and messy disputes that can arise when arbitration clauses are ambiguous
- Case studies of other litigators widely perceived as experts in reading, negotiating and disputing arbitration provisions, tips and techniques they find work best, and important lessons learned
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