Evidence in Arbitration: The Matrix to Your Evaluation
Held On October 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Kevin Pike – SubroClaims/CRS
Kevin Pike has a career of 32 years in the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) industry including a variety positions with the American Arbitration Association, JAMS (Judicial Arbitration Mediation Services), and Arbitration Forums. He has over 20 years experience specifically in intercompany arbitration and is with Claims Resource Services/SubroClaims as their Arbitration Manager, Client Services.
He regularly speaks at industry Conferences, presents webinars and podcasts, writes arbitration articles, and produces a weekly blog on intercompany arbitration distributed throughout the insurance industry. He is an Advisory Board Member for both Arbitration Resolution Services (ARS) and Claims Magazine. As a course developer, he has taught intercompany arbitration, mediation and negotiation skill sets to insurance professionals and attorneys across the country. His diverse background in ADR maintains a core focus and passion for assisting advocates in successful use of both arbitration and mediation.
From hypothesis to investigation toward theory and arbitration … all through the lens of the evidence case matrix is the focus of this webinar for the intercompany arbitration advocate. This session focuses arbitration case presenters on the concept of the evidence case matrix as a tool to evaluate, categorize, and prioritize their proofs in preparation for construction of their subrogation arbitration case. Attendees will be provided with an introduction to the case matrix allowing them to distinguish between analytical and evaluative traits of their evidence in incorporating and leveraging that insight for the most persuasive impact before the arbitrator. Additional skill development will look at the arrangement of evidence toward necessary facts, sources of proof, and probative value. This webinar will provide an advanced view for the arbitration professional through the prism of the evidence case matrix for their most productive case presentation.