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Presented by the ISBA Federal Civil Practice Section
 

Join us from the comfort of your home or office for this live webcast that gives you the information you need about arbitration and the Federal Arbitration Act. Litigators, business attorneys, and municipal lawyers with basic practice experience who attend this live webcast will better understand:

  • What is arbitration;
  • Who decides if a dispute qualifies for arbitration; 
  • What is the Federal Arbitration Act and why it applies even if the parties don’t contemplate its applicability;
  • How and why the Federal Arbitration Act preempts all state laws that impairs its applicability;
  • The Federal Court’s Judicial Review standards under the Federal Arbitration Act;
  • Is class arbitration permitted under the Federal Arbitration Act;
  • And much more!
 
PROGRAM COORDINATORS:
Michael R. Lied, Howard & Howard Attorneys, PLLC, Peoria
Stanley N. Wasser, Feldman, Wasser, Draper & Cox, Springfield
 
PROGRAM MODERATOR:
Stanley N. Wasser, Feldman, Wasser, Draper & Cox, Springfield
Program Information
Date Presented:
April 30, 2013 12:00 PM Central
Length:
2 hours
Arbitration Under The Federal Arbitration Act: A Primer
Speaker Information
Teresa F. Frisbie   [ view bio ]
Terry F. Moritz   [ view bio ]
Jill P. O’Brien   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Illinois State Bar Association
Total General MCLE Hours: 1.75
Including Professional Responsibility: 1.75
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