Option C Credits

 

  1. Service as an employee of a party with principal responsibility for managing an insurance or reinsurance arbitration. This service must include, at a minimum, attendance during three full days of evidentiary hearings on the substantive merits of the parties’ dispute in one or more qualifying arbitrations (one credit for every three full days of evidentiary hearings, up to a maximum of two credits for six or more full days of evidentiary hearings in two or more qualifying arbitrations)
  1. Service as a company representative of a party at an insurance or reinsurance arbitration. This service must include, at a minimum, attendance during three full days of evidentiary hearings on the substantive merits of the parties’ dispute in one or more qualifying arbitrations, as defined above (one credit for every three full days of evidentiary hearings, up to a maximum of two credits for six or more full days of evidentiary hearings in two or more qualifying arbitrations)
  1. Service as lead trial counsel in an insurance or reinsurance arbitration. This service must include, at a minimum, attendance during three full days of evidentiary hearings on the substantive merits of the parties’ dispute in one or more qualifying arbitrations, as defined above (one credit for every three full days of evidentiary hearings, up to a maximum of two credits for six or more full days of evidentiary hearings in two or more qualifying arbitrations)
  1. Attendance at ARIAS·S. seminar (other than an ARIAS·U.S. fall or spring conference or an ARIAS·U.S. Intensive Arbitrator Training Workshop), or three live webinars, which is equivalent to one seminar. One credit is given per session up to a maximum of two credits for two different sessions.
  1. Service as a faculty member at an ARIAS·S. conference, workshop or seminar (only one credit available, regardless of the number of programs as a faculty member.

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