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Commercial Arbitration


Law 443

3

Upper-Level

None

No

Yes

Arbitration has become the default method of dispute resolution in many domestic and international business transactions, as well as in many consumer and employment relationships. This course examines the law and practice of arbitration, covering both domestic and international disputes. Topics to be covered include enforcement of arbitration agreements; the law and procedure governing arbitration proceedings, including selecting and challenging arbitrators, provisional remedies, discovery issues and pre-hearing practice, and the conduct of the arbitration hearings; enforcement of arbitration awards; and drafting arbitration clauses.


None. Appropriate for both 2Ls and 3Ls.


M. Weidemaier

Fall
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