Beginning on October 1, 2017, the Superior Court in Pima County will launch a three-year pilot program designed to resolve less complicated civil claims through the Fast Trial and Alternative Resolution Program (“FASTAR”).
Ted Schmidt will be one of the hosts for the training session in August and co-host one of the seminars in September. His argument is centered around the dilemma of the disappearing jury trial and the recent changes to mandatory arbitration rules.
Register for either the training or one of the brown-bag luncheon seminars on the ins-and-outs of the FASTAR rules and requirements, followed by a Q & A session that will prepare attendees to handle cases assigned to this new program.
You can register at the link below: