Arbitrator & Umpire Seminar | 2018
Making Hard Decisions on the Road to a Fair
and Efficient Arbitration
New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, NY
November 7, 2018 | 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Arbitrators and umpires play different roles in the typical U.S. reinsurance arbitration. This year’s seminar will focus on the difference in those roles as they impact key decision points on the road to a hearing. The faculty for this program are arbitrators who have extensive experience both in the role of a party-arbitrator and in the “middle chair” and will feature a lively discussion of how their role in a particular case impacts their approach to the hard decisions.
(due by September 12)
(due by October 29)
Early Bird Registration Deadline: In order to qualify for an Early Bird registration fee, both the registration and payment must be received at the ARIAS·U.S. office by the Early Bird deadline of September 12, 2018. If the payment is not received by the Early Bird deadline, the registration will be subject to the Regular registration fee.
Registration Payment Policy and Deadline: The final Seminar registration deadline is October 29, 2018. The registration payment must be received in full before an attendee may participate in the conference; otherwise, the individual must pay the late fee and register onsite.
Cancellation and Substitution Policy
Cancellation Policy: The cutoff date for a full refund of the Seminar registration fee is September 12, 2018. Anyone who cancels between September 13th and October 29th will receive a refund, less a $100 administrative fee. Notification must be received in writing by email, fax, or postal mail. Failure to cancel by October 29th will result in forfeiture of the entire registration fee.
Substitution Policy: Substitutions are permitted with written notice by October 29th. Notification must be received in writing by email, fax, or postal mail. Failure to substitute a registrant by October 29th will result in forfeiture of the entire registration fee. If the registration fee for the person substituting is higher than the range for the person for whom payment has already been substituted, payment will need to be provided to cover the difference before the substitution is complete.