Labor Arbitration Advocacy – Case Preparation
November 12, 2020
Adam Long along with Lisa Charles of AAA, and Alidz Oshagan of Willig Williams and Davidson will be presenting Labor Arbitration Advocacy – Case Preparation on November 12, 2020 via Zoon.
About this Course:
Thorough preparation is essential to the successful presentation of an arbitration case. Preparation should be methodical, considering all dimensions of your case and the other party’s case. Adequate groundwork will help you understand the case clearly and will facilitate an effective presentation at the arbitration hearing.
Through lecture, facilitated discussions, and interactive exercises, the faculty will provide participants with practical skills, insights, tips, strategies, and information on how to prepare constructively for your next arbitration. Attendees will broaden their understanding of case preparation as well as deepen their knowledge of the basic guidelines that are useful in labor arbitration.
The course objectives include:
- Review of Guidelines for Case Preparation
- Opening and Closing Statements
- Causes of Discipline
- Burden of Proof
- Basic Principles of Contract Interpretation
- Rules on Past Practice