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Chapter Event: Northern California
Venue: Zio Fraedo's
Arbitration and mediation differ from litigation in a variety of ways. Learn how the proceedings themselves differ, how the rules of evidence vary, and the varying role of discovery. Discover the advantages that arbitration holds over litigation and the greater opportunities for experts and their evidence, including flexibility in selecting experts (especially when technically qualified witnesses cannot be found); the process of "presenting" versus "testifying" and the ways that trial and arbitration testimonies and presentations need to vary; how to handle questions from the arbitrator/mediator. Learn how to prepare for arbitration versus litigation, when experts may be deposed in an arbitration, how expert reports can differ for arbitration, and the other opportunities that exist for the expert in arbitration versus litigation. Find out the pitfalls such as the downside of withholding relevant evidence and the way the arbitrator handles purported evidence.
Join the Northern California chapter of FEWA and learn from a former judge, county commissioner, and active alternate dispute resolution arbitrator and mediator in "A VIEW FROM THE BENCH: HOW EXPERTS CAN ASSIST THE MEDIATOR AND ARBITRATOR"
Commissioner Glenn P. Oleon, served as a Commissioner for the Alameda County Superior Court from 2003 through 2013. For eight years, he presided over a full-time Family Law calendar and trial department in Hayward, Oakland and Alameda; he also heard Juvenile Delinquency and Dependency, Small Claims, Traffic and Unlawful Detainer matters during his tenure on the bench. Since August of 2013, Commissioner Oleon has been working full-time as a neutral through ADR Services, Inc., in San Francisco and Oakland, serving as a Family Law Private Judge, Mediator, and Discovery Referee throughout Northern California. Prior to taking the bench, Commissioner Oleon received his J. D. from the University of California at Berkeley (Boalt Hall) in 1976, and practiced in Alameda County emphasizing Family Law, Estate Planning and Probate, and Wills and Trusts Litigation for 27 years. Commissioner Oleon has presented extensively on a variety of Family Law topics through AAML, ACFLS, State Bar of California, Alameda and Contra Costa County Bar Associations, Alameda County Family Law Association, and National Business Institute.
This course has been approved for 1 CFLC Credit