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  • Description
    Arbitration inhabits a fascinating place in the legal system. A means to settle disputes outside the courtroom, the decisions handed down in arbitration are still legally binding and though the drama unfolds without the backdrop of the legal system, its procedures are still bound by law. This CLE course, presented by a seasoned arbitrator with 20 years’ experience in the field, will explain the various issues that may, and often do, arise in arbitration such as determining who selects the parties, how to remedy party non-payment, conflicts in representation, international arbitration and confirmation and vacation of award.
  • Instructor Bio

    Leslie Trager

    Leslie (Les) Trager has been an arbitrator for approximately the past twenty years. He serves as an arbitrator on the American Arbitration Association Commercial Panel in New York and on the Financial Industry Regulatory Association panel adjudicating industry and investor arbitrations. His articles on arbitration have appeared in “Dispute Resolution Journal” and in the “Handbook on Arbitration” published by the AAA. He maintains a private practice in New York City for commercial litigation, with an emphasis on financial litigation and conducts much of this in arbitration. He is a graduate of the Harvard Law School.