Review 201: Passing The Arb Bar

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Review 201: Passing The Arb Bar The initial nine issues of the Weekly Arbitration Blog commenced with discussions of Evidence in arbitration.  Obviously, if Evidence proves the case you can appreciate why we started there.  Lots of topics to cover in future issues but since this is a ‘Holiday’ week; let’s take a step back … Continued

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Evidence In An Arbitration Hearing: Attendant Circumstance

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Evidence In An Arbitration Hearing: Attendant Circumstance 90% … some say that of all Evidence submitted this percentage attests to the amount that is considered Circumstantial.  By definition, Circumstantial Evidence is that which tends to prove a fact by proving other events or circumstances from which the occurrence or truth of the matter can be … Continued

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Evidence In An Arbitration Hearing: Hearing The Hearsay (The Sequel)

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Evidence In An Arbitration Hearing: Hearing The Hearsay (The Sequel) Arbitrators possessing the judgment to evaluate the trustworthiness of Hearsay Evidence is, in part, why this type of support is allowed in an Arbitration Hearing.  As one of the seven types of proofs seen in subrogation arbitration; it is critical to be aware of how … Continued

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Evidence In An Arbitration Hearing: Hearing The Hearsay

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Evidence In An Arbitration Hearing: Hearing The Hearsay Perhaps the single most misunderstood aspect of Evidence consideration by both advocates and arbitrators alike is that of Hearsay Evidence.  Hearsay is one of the seven most common types of Proofs submitted in a subrogation arbitration.  One definition of Hearsay is that it is a statement (oral … Continued

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Evidence In An Arbitration Hearing: Opining On Opinions

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Evidence In An Arbitration Hearing: Opining On Opinions In my professional opinion … words when spoken or written tell you that some analysis is forthcoming.  But how important is that analysis in an arbitration and what do you need to consider in looking at Opinion Evidence; one of the seven kinds of evidence in a … Continued

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