Introducing Arbitration for Resolution of Commercial Finance Disputes

Wednesday, Dec 01 2021 05:00 PM

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Introducing Arbitration for Resolution of Commercial Finance Disputes
Panelists: Richard Gray, Esq., Gray Arbitration Bridget Marsh, Executive Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Loan Syndication and Trading Association Jeffrey A. Wurst, Partner, Armstrong Teasdale LLP Jeffrey Zaino, Vice President- Commercial Division, American Arbitration Association The speakers will cover the following topics: • Litigation v. Arbitration • AAA ClauseBuilder • LSTA’S Arbitration Rules for Cover Price Disputes • LSTA’S Latin American Initiative • ICC Report On Financial Institutions And International Arbitration • Discussion of “Real Life” Arbitration Provisions • Advantages/Disadvantages/Misconceptions

COMING ATTRACTIONS Upcoming ACFA webinars, all of which are included in the cost of annual dues, include:

Month Webinar Topic
January ‘22 Emerging Technology and Proposed UCC Amendments
February ‘22 Secured Creditor Issues in Bankruptcy
March ‘22 Litigation Funding
April ‘22 Health Care Financing


Our next CLEW is scheduled IN PERSON for June 3-5, 2022 at the Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans. We are planning on offering 12+ hours of CLE, and a whole lot of fun! More details will follow in January, 2022.

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