Arbitrations in Oregon: The What, Where, Why and How

$60 for MBA members | $95 non-members 

From mandatory court-annexed arbitration under ORS 36.400, et seq. to private arbitration through AAA, ASP or JAMS, arbitration is playing a larger and larger part in civil dispute resolution. With the US Supreme Court’s decision to endorse class action waivers in Epic Systems Corp., arbitration has become even more prevalent. The recent trend of legislative barriers to private arbitration - including ORS 36.620(5) - are unlikely to turn the tide. Hear from Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge David Rees and experienced members of the plaintiff and defense bar, Brad Krupicka, Littler Mendelson, and Kirsten Rush, Busse & Hunt, on the theory, procedure, and practical issues of arbitration, including key issues in the drafting and enforcement of arbitration agreements.

For more information: Contact John Berg, Littler Mendelson, at 503.889.8863. For registration questions, contact the MBA at mba@mbabar.org.

Date & Time
Tuesday, May 12, 2020, 3:00pm-5:00pm
Location
World Trade Ctr, Bldg 2 Mezzanine, 26 SW Salmon
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