Neal M. Eiseman, a partner at Goetz Fitzpatrick, will teach the Fall 2015 New Arbitrator Training Program for the American Arbitration Association (AAA). This half-day course highlights a number of the unique problems facing arbitration and arbitrators posed by party requests for discovery of electronically stored information (commonly known as e-discovery). The course will cover the types of electronic information commonly dealt with in arbitration, as well as the most efficient ways of managing the e-discovery process.
Eiseman is currently Chair of the ABA’s Committee on Arbitration, as well as a Fellow in the College of Commercial Arbitrators. He has written extensively on mediation, arbitration and negotiation.
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