The Basics of Arbitration and Recent Developments in Arbitration Law
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When: Friday, March 20, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

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Recognizing that the health and safety of our members needs to be our priority and in response to growing concerns about COVID-19, we have decided to make our programs available via webcast only. We hope that you will join us from the comfort of your own office!

MCLE Accreditation
NE MCLE #190036.  1.0 CLE Hours (Distance Learning)
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Registration Fees
$65.00 – Regular Registration
$50.00 – NSBA Voluntary Dues-Paying Member
$25.00 – NSBA Voluntary Dues-Paying Member Junior Actives
Free – Law students

This CLE will provide an overview of the law governing arbitration and the typical arbitration process. The program will also discuss recent Supreme Court of the United States cases concerning arbitration on issues such as class action arbitration and whether a court or the arbitrator has the authority to determine the scope of claims that fall within an arbitration provision.

Adam Feeney is a partner in Lamson Dugan & Murray LLP’s litigation department. Mr. Feeney has enjoyed a diverse commercial litigation and arbitration practice. He has represented clients in a wide range of disputes in areas including corporate, partnership, breach of contract, creditors’ rights, product liability, RICO, securities fraud, employment and trust and estate. Adam has tried cases in state and federal court and before arbitral tribunals from a variety of arbitral institutions, including the International Chamber of Commerce, American Arbitration Association/International Center for Dispute Resolution, and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Prior to joining Lamson Dugan & Murray, Adam practiced in the litigation, arbitration and employment department of the New York City office of Hogan Lovells. He is a graduate of the University of Iowa College of Law. He is also the Treasurer of the NSBA’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Section.