Case Preparation and Presentation: A Guide for Arbitration Advocates and Arbitrators , Jay E. Grenig and Rocco M. Scanza

Case Preparation and Presentation: A Guide for Arbitration Advocates and Arbitrators

Arbitration advocates uniformly place great emphasis on case preparation. This book can be used to help prepare parties and their advocates in a wide range of arbitration cases including labor, employment and commercial arbitrations and will provide lawyers and non-lawyers alike with the focus and direction to maximize their chances of obtaining a good result in arbitration. In this book readers will find coverage on the following topics:

• Developing a case theory and case theme
• Commencing the arbitration process
• Selecting an arbitrator and scheduling the hearing
• Evaluating and presenting evidence
• Preparing for the arbitration hearing
• Conducting the arbitration hearing
• Making and responding to objections
• Examination and cross-examination of witnesses

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ISBN: 978-1-937518-26-4
371 Pages
Published June 2013 by JurisNet, LLC for the American Arbitration Association and Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution