Arbitration

  • The effect of the subconscious of decision-making
    By Richard G. Waterman, Charles D. Ehrlich, Dan FitzMaurice, Matt Shiroma
    FIRST QUARTER 2016
  • Is an Arbitrator “Corrupt” or Guilty of “Misconduct” for Failing to Disclose a Serious Illness Warranting Vacatur of an Award?
    By Ronald S. Gass
    THIRD QUARTER 2014
  • Arbitration Enters the Fast Lane in England
    By Jonathan Sacher, David Parker
    THIRD QUARTER 2014
  • Loss Notice and Sunset Clauses in Reinsurance Treaties
    By Robert M. Hall
    THIRD QUARTER 2014
  • Disregarding Honored Traditions: Attempts to Invoke State Statutes of Limitations in Reinsurance Arbitration
    By John E. Delascio
    THIRD QUARTER 2014
  • ARIAS•U.S.: Twenty Years of Improving Ways to Resolve Insurance and Reinsurance Disputes
    By Daniel L. FitzMaurice
    THIRD QUARTER 2014
  • CASE NOTES CORNER: Pre-Award Injunction for Alleged Umpire Bias Due to Nominating Party’s Inadvertent Disclosure Denied by Massachusetts Federal Court
    By Ronald S. Gass
    FIRST QUARTER 2014
  • Mid-Arbitration Business Relationships: A Cautionary Tale
    By Everett J. Cygal
    FIRST QUARTER 2014
  • Authority of an Arbitration Panel to Issue Sanctions
    By Robert M. Hall
    FIRST QUARTER 2014
  • Code of Conduct: A focus on Guiding Principles or Rules of Behavior?
    By Richard G. Waterman
    SECOND QUARTER 2014
  • A Perfect Front – Securing the Ceding Insurer
    By Loreto J. Ruzzo
    SECOND QUARTER 2014
  • Managing General Agency Disputes: Why They Recur and Some Thoughts for Prevention
    By Dale Crawford
    FOURTH QUARTER 2014
  • Waiver of Arbitration
    By Thomas R. Newman
    FOURTH QUARTER 2014
  • Taking a Page from Litigation: Curbing Discovery Costs in Arbitration
    By Michele L. Jacobson
    FOURTH QUARTER 2014
  • The Effect on Confidentiality of Petitions to Vacate, Modify or Confirm Arbitral Awards
    By Louis J. Aurichio
    FIRST QUARTER 2015
  • Six Years After Hall Street: The Continued Viability of Manifest Disregard, Jurisdiction by Jurisdiction
    By John S. Diaconis, Ari J. Diaconis
    FIRST QUARTER 2015
  • Points of Departure: Procedural Differences Between International Arbitration and U.S. Reinsurance Arbitration
    By Peter R. Chaffetz, Andrew L. Poplinger, Gretta L. Walters
    FIRST QUARTER 2015
  • The ARIAS • U.S. Streamlined Rules for the Resolution of U.S. Insurance and Reinsurance Disputes
    By Daniel L. FitzMaurice, Stephen Kennedy, Thomas O. Farrish
    FIRST QUARTER 2015
  • The New ARIAS•U.S. Neutral Rules for the Resolution of U.S. Insurance and Reinsurance Disputes
    By Rachel Bernie, David M. Raim, Peter Rogan, Larry P. Schiffer
    FIRST QUARTER 2015
  • On Ethics
    By Edward P. Krugman
    FIRST QUARTER 2015
  • How Do Arbitrators Stay Up To Date on Developing Law?
    By Rob Kole
    SECOND QUARTER 2015
  • The View from the Middle Seat
    By Charles G. Ehrlich
    SECOND QUARTER 2015
  • Judicial Review of Arbitration Decisions
    By Timothy Russell, Daryn Rush
    SECOND QUARTER 2015
  • Bellefonte Twenty-Five Years Later: Developments in the Law of Reinsurers’ Liability for Expenses in Excess of Certificate Limits
    By Amy S. Kline, Amy L. Piccola, James D. Scrimgeour
    SECOND QUARTER 2015
  • ARIAS Forms Arbitrators Committee
    By Constance O'Mara
    SECOND QUARTER 2015
  • Arbitrator’s Failure to Follow Contractual Appointment Procedures and Forum Selection Clause
    By Ronald S. Gass
    THIRD QUARTER 2015
  • Judicial Review of Arbitration Awards: France Current Situation
    By Christian Bouckaert, Romain Dupeyre
    THIRD QUARTER 2015
  • The English Court’s Role in the Arbitration Process
    By Jonathan Sacher, David Parker
    THIRD QUARTER 2015
  • Judicial Review / Appeals of Arbitration Decisions in Bermuda
    By Rod S. Attride-Stirling, Cratonia Smith
    THIRD QUARTER 2015
  • Arbitrators Toolkit
    By Jim Sporleder, Tom Daly, Connie O'Mara
    THIRD QUARTER 2015
  • Honorable Engagement Clauses and the Powers of Arbitrators: Has First State v. National Casualty Changed the Landscape?
    By Amy J. Kallal, Andrea Fort
    THIRD QUARTER 2015
  • Applying Cost-Shifting “Offers of Judgment” in ARIAS Arbitrations
    By Daniel M. Perry, Aluyah I. Imoisili
    FOURTH QUARTER 2015
  • May a Court Enjoin Arbitration as Precluded by a Prior Confirmed Arbitration Award?
    By Everett J. Cygal, Catherine M. Masters
    FOURTH QUARTER 2015
  • How Much Process Is Due? Procedural Issues In Arbitrations
    By Katherine Billingham, Jamie Scimgeour, Paul Thomson
    FOURTH QUARTER 2015
  • Practical Tips: Managing Telephonic Organizational Meetings
    By Susan Grondine-Dauwer
    FOURTH QUARTER 2015
  • Best Practices for Maintaining Fairness and Integrity In Arbitration In the Context of a Lapse in Arbitrator Appointment
    By Mark A. Schwartz, Jonathon Raffensperger
    FOURTH QUARTER 2015
  • Arbitrators Committee – The Year in Review So What Has the Committee Been Up To?
    By Sylvia Kaminsky, Mark Megaw
    FOURTH QUARTER 2015
  • Ah! Sweet Mysteries of Life
    By Eugene Wollan
    THIRD QUARTER 2010
  • Appointment and Use of Special Audit Masters In Reinsurance Arbitrations, The
    By Gregory H. Horowitz, Carmela Cannistraci
    SECOND QUARTER 2008
  • Preparing a Reasoned Award
    By Daniel L. FitzMaurice, Maureen O'Connor
    FOURTH QUARTER 2007
  • An Introduction to Technology in Reinsurance Arbitrations
    By Larry P. Schiffer
    FOURTH QUARTER 2007
  • On the Edge
    By Eugene Wollan
    FOURTH QUARTER 2007
  • Arbitrators, Not Courts Decide Whether to Allow Consolidated Reinsurance Arbitrations
    By Daniel J. Neppl
    THIRD QUARTER 2007
  • Caught In the Draft
    By Eugene Wollan
    SECOND QUARTER 2007
  • Electronic Discovery in Arbitration
    By Peter Chaffetz, Andreas A. Frischnecht
    FOURTH QUARTER 2006
  • Arbitration and the Unauthorized Practice of Law
    By David M. Spector
    FIRST QUARTER 2006
  • Recent Developments under the Federal Arbitration Act
    By Thomas D. Cunningham, Melanie Jo Triebel
    FOURTH QUARTER 2005
  • Some ideas about How Arbitrators Can Improve the Process of Reinsurance Arbitrations
    By Daniel L. FitzMaurice, et al.
    FOURTH QUARTER 2005
  • Obtaining Discovery from Reinsurance Intermediaries and Other Non-Parties - Updated Caselaw and Commentary
    By Michele L. Jacobson, Robert Lewin, Royce F. Cohen, Andrew S. Lewner
    THIRD QUARTER 2005
  • Results of Our Arbitration Survey
    By Rhonda L. Rittenberg, David A. Thirkill
    THIRD QUARTER 2005
  • Arbitration Task Force's Proposed Procedures for Reinsurance Arbitrations, The
    By Alan J. Sorkowitz, Navneet K. Dhaliwal
    SECOND QUARTER 2005
  • Evolving Standard of Arbitrator Neutrality, The
    By Vincent Vitkowsky, Jeanne M. Kohler
    FIRST QUARTER 2005
  • Evolution of Reinsurance Arbitration in France
    By Mikael Hagopian
    FIRST QUARTER 2005
  • When an Arbitrator Dies: Federal Court Rules That the Arbitration Must Begin Fresh - CASE NOTES CORNER
    By Ronald S. Gass
    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
  • Arbitration and Insurance without the Common Law
    By Richard E. Stewart
    THIRD QUARTER 2004
  • Second Circuit Rules that Reinsurer Must Follow Cedent's Post-Settlement Allocation - CASE NOTES CORNER
    By Ronald S. Gass
    SECOND QUARTER 2004
  • Witnesses - Written Statements or Oral Testimony?
    By Debra J. Roberts
    SECOND QUARTER 2004
  • Clarification, Reconsideration and the Doctrine of Functus Officio
    By Thomas A. Allen, Robyn D. Herman
    SECOND QUARTER 2004
  • Do Arbitrators Have the Power to Impose Confidentiality?
    By Lawrence S. Greengrass, Brigitte M. Nahas
    FIRST QUARTER 2004
  • Power of Arbitrators to Grant Attorneys' Fees and Interest
    By John Nonna, Christa Santos
    FIRST QUARTER 2004
  • Sanctions and Punitive Damages in Arbitration
    By Nick DiGiovanni, Theresa Duckett
    FIRST QUARTER 2004
  • New York Court Appoints Umpire from ARIAS-U.S. List
    By Michael S. Davis, Mary G. McCarthy
    FOURTH QUARTER 2003
  • Reinsurance Arbitration: Some Thoughts for Improvement
    By Earl C. Davis
    FOURTH QUARTER 2003
  • Current State of Reinsurance Arbitration: Addressing the Common Areas of Complaint
    By Anne Quinn, Jack Whittle
    FOURTH QUARTER 2003
  • Available Relief in Arbitration
    By Mary Kay Vyskocil, Patricia Taylor Fox
    THIRD QUARTER 2003
  • Exercise in Futility? Grounds for Vacating Arbitration Awards
    By Rhonda L. Rittenberg
    SECOND QUARTER 2003
  • Panel's Monetary Award Upheld as Not Indefinite or the Product of a Rough Justice Compromise - CASE NOTES CORNER
    By Ronald S. Gass
    FIRST QUARTER 2003
  • Discovery in Reinsurance Arbitrations
    By Thomas R. Newman
    FOURTH QUARTER 2002
  • Production of Documents in a Reinsurance Arbitration Proceeding
    By P. Jay Wilker
    FOURTH QUARTER 2002
  • Legal Power of Arbitrators to Grant and Limit Discovery
    By Robert A. Knuti, T. Monique Jones
    FOURTH QUARTER 2002
  • ARIAS-U.S.: Its Growth and Importance in the Process of Resolving Insurance and Reinsurance Disputes
    By Mark S. Gurevitz, T. Richard Kennedy
    SECOND QUARTER 2002
  • Arbitration Law: The Choice Is Yours - Or Is It?
    By Albert E. Fowerbaugh, Jr.
    FIRST QUARTER 2000
  • 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
  • Why Reinsurance Arbitration?
    By Nick Pearson
    SECOND/THIRD QUARTER 1999
  • Why Reinsurance Arbitration?
    By Nick Pearson
    SECOND/THIRD QUARTER 1999
  • Arbitration Law: Agreeing or Refusing to Hear Evidence
    By Julie A. Klein
    FIRST QUARTER 1998
  • Collateral Estoppel and Arbitration
    By Michael A. Knoerzer
    SECOND QUARTER 1997
  • Murphy's Law of Reinsurance Arbitrations
    By Eugene Wollan
    SECOND QUARTER 1997