American Arbitration Association (AAA)
Elizabeth Varner, National Art Museum of Sport, Indianapolis, IN
Anthony M. DiLeo, New Orleans, LA, www.TonyDiLeo.com
Resolving cultural heritage disputes through arbitration can be less expensive and quicker than litigation. In addition, the arbitral decision-maker can be an expert in the particular subjectundefinedmuch less likely in court, and the confidentiality of arbitration can protect the players and the cultural heritage at stake.
This webinar will review the benefits, primary considerationsundefinedlegal and non-legal, and best practices for drafting arbitration clauses for cultural heritage disputes and arbitrating cultural heritage disputes.
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