May 23: Arbitration, Justice, and the Individual in the Workplace: Keeping the Human Element in View
The American Arbitration Association-International Centre for Dispute Resolution Council, New York Law School, and the Cornell Scheinman Institute invite you to join us and a distinguished group of dispute resolution, business and academic professionals who will examine some of the critical issues affecting arbitration, justice, and the individual workplace.
Topics for this one-day Conference include:
- People Behaving Badly: Disassembling the Culture of Sexual Harassment
- Employment Arbitration After Murphy Oil: Charting the Future Course of Class Actions
- Workplace Issues Arising from LGBTQ Employees
- Innovations in ADR: The Role of the Special Master in Employment Large-Group Case Filings
- Public Workers and Labor/Employment Disputes: Arbitration and Its Alternatives
This program qualifies for the annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement for 2018.
October 12: 2018 AAA Healthcare Dispute Resolution
Innovation and Strategy Conference
This unique, biennial conference brings thought leaders from all segments of the industry together to explore the latest issues confronting healthcare and alternative dispute resolution. The conference co-chairs – Florence (Flo) DiBendetto, SVP & General Counsel for Sutter Health, and Elizabeth Monohan, Assistant General Counsel for Humana – have identified a number of timely topics with distinguished faculty.
Attendees will hear from esteemed representatives from all areas of the healthcare field as they discuss how to avoid, manage, and resolve disputes in this ever-changing landscape.
- Creative Management and Tips for Managing Discovery/e-Discovery in Arbitration
- Cybersecurity and Protective Healthcare Information (PHI)
- Hot Healthcare ADR Issues
Attendees will also take part in specialized breakout sessions to discuss in-house counsel issues, and a Q&A with healthcare arbitrators and advocates.
If you are an AAA Panelist please note this conference will satisfy your annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement.