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Arbitration Panel

  • Late Named Witnesses: What’s a Panel to Do?
    By Robert M. Hall
    SECOND QUARTER 2008
  • Amend the FAA?
    By John H. Binning
    FOURTH QUARTER 2007
  • Winning First and then Going to War: The Role of Federal Courts in the Panel Appointment Process
    By William A. Maher, Marc L. Abrams
    SECOND QUARTER 2007
  • Superadio Limited Partnership v. Winstar Radio Productions, LLC
    By Christine E. Bancheri, Natasha C. Lisman
    FIRST QUARTER 2007
  • Leveling the Playing Field: An Analysis of Neutrality of Issues in Reinsurance Arbitration
    By Larry P. Schiffer
    FIRST QUARTER 2006
  • Arbitration Task Force's Proposed Procedures for Reinsurance Arbitrations, The
    By Alan J. Sorkowitz, Navneet K. Dhaliwal
    SECOND QUARTER 2005
  • Court Intervention in Selecting the Arbitration Panel
    By Larry P. Schiffer, Mark L. Noferi
    FIRST QUARTER 2005
  • Of Cabbages and Kings
    By John Nonna, Marc Abrams
    FOURTH QUARTER 2004
  • Consolidation of Related Reinsurance Disputes: Who Decides — Arbitrators or the Courts? — CASE NOTES CORNER
    By Ronald S. Gass
    THIRD QUARTER 2004
  • How Reinsurance Arbitrations Can Be Faster, Cheaper and Better
    By Robert M. Hall
    THIRD QUARTER 2004
  • Insurance Law: Despite Its Shortcomings, Arbitration of Reinsurance Disputes Is Often Still Preferred as an Alternative to Litigation. The Pros and Cons of the Arbitration Process
    By Eugene Wollan
    SECOND/THIRD QUARTER 2000
  • Murphy's Law of Reinsurance Arbitrations
    By Eugene Wollan
    SECOND QUARTER 1997