This 1.3-hour program is included in the 4.3-hour
compilation course entitled New York Practice (CPLR) Hot Topics (NLF
course #546). You will earn CLE credit by completing
EITHER the individual program listed below
OR that compilation. You may not earn
CLE credit for BOTH this program and the 4.3-hour compilation.
Arbitration is becoming more and more popular
and, thus, an increasingly important aspect of New York Practice. In this June
20, 2019 1.3-hour program,
Patrick M. Connors, Esquire gives a useful explanation of recent issues in
arbitration in New York including new legislation and caselaw.
Mr. Connors is the Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor In New York
Civil Practice at Albany Law School. In
January 2013, Professor Connors became the author for Siegel, New York Practice.
The publication's sixth edition, David D. Siegel and Patrick M. Connors, New
York Practice (6th ed. Thomson) is available in hard copy, ebook and on Westlaw.
The treatise has been cited in thousands of reported cases and has been called
"The Bible" for litigation in New York State courts.
Major topics include:
- CPLR 7501: Effect of arbitration agreement
McCarthy v. Kerrigan
- CPLR 7502: Applications to the court; statutes of limitations; provisional
- CPLR 7503: Application to compel or stay arbitration; stay of action, notice
of intention to arbitrate
Gold v. New York Life Insurance Co., Epic Sys. Corp. v. Lewis, Garthon
Business Inc. v. Stein, McCarthy v. Kerrigan, New York Cent. Mut. Fire Ins. Co.
v. Czumaj, Duprat v. BMW Financial Services, NA, LLC
- CPLR 7504: Court appointment of arbitrator; CPLR 7505: Powers of arbitrator;
CPLR 7506: Hearing; CPLR 7507: Award; form; time; delivery
- CPLR 7510: Confirmation of award
Jurcee v. Moloney
- CPLR 7511: Vacating or modifying award
TCR Sports Broadcasting Holding, LLP v. WN Partner, LLC
- CPLR 7513: Death or incompetency of a party
- CPLR 7515: Mandatory arbitration clauses; prohibited
- Federal Aviation Act Compared
Vaden v. Discovery Bank, Doscher v. Sea Port Group Securities, Lamps Plus,
Inc. v. Varela
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