Arbitrating Real Estate Cases [Audio Presentation] (1.5 General Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


This program is Part 2 of a 2-Part Workshop and is an audio presentation.

In Part 2 of Mediation and Arbitration of Real Estate Disclosure Cases, this expert panel returns to discuss and provide facts from an arbitration perspective - with a plaintiff and defendant arbitration brief made available to the attendees. Additional topics will include:

- What kind of preparation needs to be completed before arbitration, including an arbitration brief and evidence
- Issues typically raised at arbitration
- Advocates’ strategies
- What arbitrators look for and more

Sean E. Ponist, Esq.
Real Property Law Section Chair - SDCBA
Sean Ponist is the owner of the Law Offices of Sean Ponist, P.C., a firm specializing in real estate, construction defect and business litigation. Prior to founding his own firm, Mr. Ponist was a prosecutor with the Marin County District Attorney’s...More
Robert H. Flynn, Esq.
Bob Flynn is an AV rated attorney, repeatedly been named a SuperLawyer (including 2016) with a perfect 10 AVVO rating. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar, the 1st Circuit USDCA, the USDC for MA and the United States Supreme Court! He has been a...More
John Campbell, Esq.
John B. Campbell is the Senior Partner and founder of the Campbell Law Group (“CLG”). Mr. Campbell is an experienced trial lawyer and has extensive experience in real estate litigation and insurance defense matters. He is licensed to practice law in...More
Harold Coleman, Jr., Esq.
Harold Coleman, Jr. is principal of Harold Coleman Jr. Ltd. (2004 to date), a San Diego-based conflict-management firm that delivers solution-focused and value-driven professional alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services in the areas of real...More

Originally Published

November 21, 2016

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Arbitrating Real Estate Cases - Audio
  • Arbitrating Real Estate Cases - Handout
  • Arbitrating Real Estate Cases - Supplemental Handouts

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