Join your colleagues and friends at the 69th Annual Florida Bar Annual Convention June 26-29 at Boca Raton Resort and Club. The ADR Section is hosting two, live CLE seminars and is hosting its annual award ceremony. Annual Convention provides the ultimate environment to network with colleagues, judges and friends. There are many CLE opportunities, luncheons and special events including the Judicial Luncheon, All-Member Reception, alumni receptions and more. Register for the convention and reserve your spot at the CLE events at this link.
Panelists will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of arbitration, compare and contrast the Federal Arbitration Act and Florida Arbitration Code and considerations when drafting arbitration provisions, explain how the scope of an arbitration provision affects arbitrability of disputes, explore the potential for being compelled to separate arbitrations relating to multiple arbitration agreements, and will address equitable/emergency relief in arbitration, delegation clauses, governing law, choice of venue and procedural rules for arbitration, contracts that are appropriate for arbitration provisions, and the impact on class actions. Register for this event through The Florida Bar Annual Convention. 2 General CLE credits.
Royal Palm Ballroom VIII. Please plan to join us for our Executive Council meeting on June 27 from 8:30 to 11 a.m. during The Florida Bar Annual Convention at the Boca Raton Resort and Club. We welcome the chance to meet with you and personally invite you to join a section committee.
Mizner’s Monkey Bar in the Boca Raton Resort main building. Please join your ADR Section colleagues and friends for cocktails and networking.
Estate Ballroom III. A joint program sponsored by The Florida Bar Alternative Dispute Resolution and Labor and Employment Law Sections. Facilitator, Lori Adelson, Esq. Registration limited to 50. 2 General CLE credits. 1.5 CME self-reporting.
This program will be a roundtable discussion format with a moderator at each of five tables. Our esteemed moderators are The Honorable Dave Lee Brannon, United States District Court Judge; Marlene Quintana, Esq., B.C.S, Gray Robinson; Karen Evans, Esq., Litigation Resolution, Inc.; Kimberly Gilmour, Esq. Gilmour Law; and Robyn Hankins, Esq., Law Office of Robyn S. Hankins.
- Not just because you have to … Why mediation during litigation?
- Mediation before litigation: Does it work or is it just a tactic for free discovery?
- Viewpoints on arbitration post-SCOTUS decision affirming the enforceability of arbitration clauses.