“When in Doubt, Disclose”, The Neutral Corner

Posted Apr 6, 2006

One of the most important tasks arbitrators must undertake is the disclosure of any and all information that could potentially affect their objectivity. Before serving on a panel, arbitrators must disclose not only known conflicts, but also make a reasonable attempt to uncover potential ones. This must occur at every stage of the arbitration.

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