Drafting and ADR: The Clause That Could Control Your Case (1.0 General Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


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Although alternative dispute resolution often serves as an efficient and effective vehicle for avoiding costly litigation, a poorly drafted ADR clause can lead to unnecessary complications and conflict, and cut into the benefits that ADR offers. Please join us for an overview of alternative dispute resolution clauses, the considerations attorneys should take into account while drafting, and significant case law regarding these clauses.

Carl Ingwalson, Esq.
Carl Ingwalson has over 35 years legal experience representing clients in a large variety of general business matters involving commercial, construction and real estate issues and related transactional work, litigation and dispute prevention and resolution.

Since 1992, Carl has established a reputation as a respected neutral, and has acted as an Arbitrator, Mediator, Special Master, Judge Pro Tempore and Early Neutral Evaluator for the American Arbitration Association, the San Diego...More

Originally Published

January 22, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Drafting and ADR: The Clause That Could Control Your Case - Video
  • Drafting and ADR: The Clause That Could Control Your Case - Paper

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