VellaTraynham, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service;
HaroldColeman, American Arbitration Association;
Ken Andrichik, FINRA;
Brian Parmalee, JAMS
How does one get on the roster of a domestic provider? Once on a roster, what are the criteria used to propose a neutral for a case? What suggestions can be made to improve the chances of being named a neutral? Panelists will discuss the process of getting nominated by a domestic provider organization.
Saturday, April 05, 201410:00 AM-Saturday, April 05, 201411:00 AM
ChainnBao, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre;
CalvinHamilton, Hamilton Abogados;
William W.Park, London Court of International Arbitration;
EffieSilva, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
How does one “break into” the international dispute resolution arena? How does one get nominated to be a neutral? Are there particular aspects of the international dispute resolution arena that create pitfalls/opportunities for minorities? Panelists will discuss the dynamics of the international dispute resolution environment.
Saturday, April 05, 201411:00 AM-Saturday, April 05, 201411:45 AM
What role do the professional organizations play in identifying and encouraging underrepresented talent in dispute resolution? How does one become involved and take on more significant roles within a given professional organization? Panelists will discuss the role of professional organizations in enhancing the careers of potential neutrals.
Saturday, April 05, 201411:45 AM-Saturday, April 05, 201412:30 PM
What do corporate parties look for in selecting a neutral? How does on make oneself attractive to the corporate user? Panelist will discuss the role of the in house counsel in the neutral selection process.
Saturday, April 05, 20141:30 PM-Saturday, April 05, 20142:30 PM