AAA Rolls Out New Three-Person Panel Guidelines

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American Arbitration Association
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Throughout his career Robin Capehart has served as an attorney, consultant, tax reform advocate, and president of West Liberty University, near Wheeling, West Virginia. In addition to his experience as a litigator and executive, former West Liberty president Robin Capehart served as a member of the Panel of Arbitrators with the American Arbitration Association.

The American Arbitration Association recently rolled out a new set of rules and guidelines parties can use when they are required to have a three-party panel of arbitrators to preside over a case. Under the new system, each party in the case works with a single member of the panel throughout the bulk of the process, meeting only with the full three-member panel when evidence is to be presented or the final award is handed out.

There are two different tracks that can be used in the new guidelines. In the first option, the parties work together to choose the entire panel, with one member appointed to serve as chair. The chair will be the primary arbitrator during the early phases of arbitration. The second option allows parties to select only one arbitrator who will, again, handle all the procedures in the early stages of the case. Later, the parties will coordinate with AAA to seat the other two members of the panel no less than 60 days prior to any hearings in which the full panel needs to be assembled.

School of Professional Studies Offers an Applied Learning Environment

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West Liberty University
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Robin Capehart serves as the president of Fleet Solutions International, a heavy equipment remarketing company headquartered in Sarasota, Florida. Prior to accepting his position at Fleet Solutions, Robin Capehart increased admission enrollment and fostered academic success as the president for West Liberty University. Programs developed during his tenure included the School of Professional Studies.

The School of Professional Studies (SoPS) enables students to pursue degree programs that emphasize applied learning and cultivate skills relevant to professional work. Program faculty possess an extensive background in the fields they teach and draw upon their personal knowledge and experience to create dynamic courses. Designed for undergraduate and graduate students that lead busy lives, the program also facilitates learning by allowing students to draw on their current skills and knowledge pools.

Adult students who enroll receive the benefit of a flexible academic schedule that enables them to pursue any undergraduate degree, provided they complete all required classes. SoPS undergraduate programs incorporate courses that accommodate the life of busy adults, such as evening and Saturday classes. In addition, programs offer credit for prior learning experiences and encourage adult students to employ skills and information acquired from previous college coursework. SoPS currently offers three degree programs: the regents bachelor of arts, bachelor of applied science, and a bachelor of arts in organizational leadership and administration.

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Brentwood Avenue Entertainment Keeps Its Focus on Family Films

A Christmas Tree Miracle (2013)

Robin Capehart, former president of West Liberty University in West Liberty, West Virginia, currently serves as executive producer working with Brentwood Avenue Entertainment (BAE). Robin Capehart, a long-time West Virginian, also previously served in the West Virginia state cabinet, and as an attorney.

Brentwood Avenue Entertainment produces and distributes high-quality feature films accessible to the whole family. The faith-focused company exists in order to disprove the idea that only movies with highly mature themes and gratuitous violence can find an audience. Capehart’s roster of films includes The Pledge, a 2011 movie about a young man discovering the true meaning of patriotism through doing community service work with older veterans. It also includes A Christmas Tree Miracle (2013), about how a family rediscovered the value of staying connected to one another when material success is suddenly lost.

Capehart’s other films include Believe, released in 2016. That movie centers on a family who seemingly has everything. When the father of the family loses his high-paying job, material standards decline. Yet living without their former income challenges the family to put their trust in their values instead of their wallet. Capehart and his company, BAE, continues to work on new projects and is currently developing the movie The Monday Club.