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The No-Legalese Guide to Preparing and Presenting a Federal Arbitration Case
The No-Legalese Guide to Preparing and Presenting a Federal Arbitration Case
 
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By James M. Carroll

Written especially for non-attorneys or attorneys with limited arbitration experience!

Find out how to succeed in arbitration -- without having to plow through pages of cumbersome legal texts. This guide breaks down each step of preparing and presenting a logical, organized case that reflects a solid understanding of the process and earns the respect of the arbitrator.

Experienced federal trainer Jim Carroll provides practical guidance to help you gain a favorable ruling, including how to:

  • Examine arbitrators’ awards to uncover any biases -- so you pick the right one for your case
  • Frame the statement of issue so it doesn’t inadvertently favor your opponent or weaken your case
  • Determine when to object during a hearing and how to do it
  • Select credible witnesses, stipulate facts, write a post-hearing brief and more!

And, at the end of each preparation step, you get a “Status Update” explaining where you are in the process and preparing you for what’s next.


(2014. Pamphlet. 56 pp. Product Code: 4289)