November 29-December 1, 2016

Tuesday – Thursday - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Cost: $1000.00  –  $900.00 Early bird  

FMCS Oakland Training Center
7677 Oakport Street Suite # 500
Oakland, CA  94621

Immerse yourself in an intensive program designed to enhance the arbitration skills of experienced labor relations practitioners. Participants will participate in a mock arbitration of a complex case that raises both discipline and contract interpretation issues. The registrants will receive course texts and a specially compiled set of arbitration practice guides.

Topics Include:
·   Educating the arbitrator prior to hearing
·   Opening the case with a winning statement
·   Structuring the order of proof
·   Proving negotiating history and past practice
·   Making and responding to evidentiary objections
·   Examining witnesses
·   Offering relevant prior precedent
·   Relying on external law to strengthen your position
·   Seeking and opposing uncommon remedies
·   Crafting effective closing arguments and post-hearing briefs

Catherine Harris, Arbitrator
Arnold Zack, Arbitrator

This class will be limited to the first 25 participants.

For online course registration please click here.

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