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Succeeding in Federal-Sector Arbitration: Guidance from Broida and Vitaro
Succeeding in Federal-Sector Arbitration: Guidance from Broida and Vitaro
 
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Presented by Peter Broida and Samuel Vitaro

Without a detailed knowledge of how the arbitration process works, any participant will be hard-pressed to gain a positive result. Get all the insights and strategies you need to successfully survive arbitration from experienced advocate Peter Broida and veteran arbitrator Sam Vitaro. They’ll walk you through the complex process and offer their insider perspectives on how to plan and prepare for arbitration, no matter which side of the table you’re on.

You learn the importance of the following steps and how to carry them out:

  • Researching the arbitrator -- Learn how selection works, what information you need about potential arbitrators, how to find it and how the final decision is made
  • Knowing the contract and understanding the grievance -- Discover the interplay between these two elements, the benefits of being able to explain the grievance clearly, and the dangers of vague and misleading grievances
  • Establishing credibility -- Crucial to how the arbitrator reaches conclusions, learn how to select the best possible witnesses and present compelling evidence

Mr. Broida and Mr. Vitaro will also explain:

  • FMCS selection process and associated research
  • Interacting with the arbitrator
  • Preliminary motions and submissions
  • Pre-hearing/hearing mechanics
  • Briefing
  • Specialized issues

(2011. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 4900.050411)


(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)


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