Sports Mediation and Arbitration

Wednesday, April 24, 8:30 am - 9:00 am Pacific via ZOOM

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This conversation was prerecorded and will premiere on April 24.

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Meet the Speaker

Jeremy Evans

Founder & Managing Attorney

California Sports Lawyer

About the Program

Join us for that first cup of coffee and a conversation with Jeremy Evans, immediate past president of the CLA, bon vivant, and holder of the trademark California Sports Lawyer. He will talk about sports mediation and arbitration and how they differ from and are the same as commercial arbitrations and mediation. Jeremy will also discuss hot topics in entertainment, media, and sports.

Moderated by Jeffrey Kravitz and Robert M. Cohen, Co-Chairs, BHBA's Mediation Section.

This program is presented by the Mediation Section, Chaired by Jeffrey Kravitz and Robert M. Cohen and co-sponsored by the Entertainment Law Section chaired by Jeff Monahan and vice-chaired by Matthew Hobb. Find out more at

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