New Survey Project Aims To Tackle Lack Of Info On Arbitrators

Law360 (March 18, 2019, 9:17 PM EDT) -- A new survey project designed to make critical information about an arbitrator's decision-making process available will likely never replace a phone call to a colleague with firsthand knowledge, but it may nevertheless prove "indispensable" to practitioners, supporters say.

Choosing an arbitrator is one of the most important decisions counsel can make in an arbitration, but making that choice can be difficult since arbitration is confidential and information about an arbitrator's decision-making history and style is not readily available. As it stands now, practitioners will generally put out a call to colleagues to see if any of them has experience with a...

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