Registration - EAA 4 Webinar

Join us on April 13, 2021from 1:00 AM-2:30 PM EDT / 10:00 AM-11:30 AM PDT.

The 90-minute panel will discuss topics such as:

  • Ethical considerations for enforcement counsel in searching for and identifying assets.​

  • Ethical issues in presenting and pursuing an enforcement petition, including where questions are raised concerning the provenance of a foreign award.

  • Counsel’s disclosure duties to a U.S. court concerning parallel foreign enforcement or set aside actions.

  • Ethical issues arising from the involvement of third party funders.

  • Dealing with confidentiality and other restrictions concerning the use of information obtained through discovery or proceedings in other jurisdictions.

  • Service issues, e.g. what enforcement process can be served on the award debtor’s lawyer (and what papers may a lawyer refuse to accept).

  • How to explain foreign set-aside proceedings to a U.S. court (e.g., where fraud or public policy is being claimed as a basis for denying enforcement).

  • Updating the US court on the status of parallel foreign set-aside proceedings.

  • Issues for counsel where the award debtor is a foreign government that is not recognized by the United States.

  • Ethical issues arising when a potential award debtor explores asset-protection strategies.

Registration Includes: 

To register for the webinar, add the item below to your cart and proceed through check-out.  When completing your order, you will be asked to create an Arbitration Law account. Once you complete your purchase, a one-year subscription to the Journal of Enforcement of Arbitration Awards will automatically be added to your Arbitration Law account. In addition, you will receive an e-mail confirming your registration with a link to join the webinar. To access your subscription to the Journal of Enforcement of Arbitration Awards, log into Arbitration Law and access the journal's Table of Contents. Here, you will be able to download any of the Journal's articles (archived issues and new releases). If you have any questions, please contact

Please note that this conference will be recorded and may be made available by JURIS Publishing after the event. Audience members will not be visible in the recording.

Financial Aid: Our Financial Aid policy is available here

Continuing Legal Education:
NYS CLE credit (transitional and non-transitional) in the Areas of Ethics and Professionalism (1.5 hours for program) and a general certificate of attendance will be provided upon request. To receive CLE credit and a Certificate of Attendance, please complete the attorney affirmation form below and e-mail it to Click here to download attorney affirmation forms for CLE credit.