Court

  • Res Judicata and Collateral Estoppel: The Preclusive Effect of Arbitration Awards in Subsequent Judicial Proceedings
    By Mary Ann D’amato, Benjamin Hincks
    FIRST QUARTER 2013
  • Why Parties Mediate: The Scope of Judicial Decisions Mandating Mediation
    By Michael R. Pontrelli, Brian P. Keenan, Raenu Barod, Gregory A. Eisenreich
    THIRD QUARTER 2012
  • Ah! Sweet Mysteries of Life
    By Eugene Wollan
    THIRD QUARTER 2010
  • Post-Arbitration Discovery: When Are Arbitrators Subject to Depositions?
    By R. Douglass Bond, Thomas G. Ward
    SECOND QUARTER 2010
  • Law of Physics, The
    By Eugene Wollan
    SECOND QUARTER 2010
  • Honoring the Honorable Engagement Clause in Judicial Review of Arbitral Awards
    By Natasha C. Lisman
    THIRD QUARTER 2007
  • Broker in the Middle: The Law of Broker Compensation, The
    By Louis J. Aurichio, Amy B. Kelley
    THIRD QUARTER 2007
  • New York Appellate Division Rejects Cedent's Post-Settlement Reinsurance Allocations as Unreasonable - CASE NOTES CORNER
    By Ronald S. Gass
    THIRD 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
  • Enforceability of Agreements to Expand or Restrict the Scope of Judicial Review of Arbitral Awards
    By Teresa Snider
    FIRST QUARTER 2006
  • Enforcing Discovery Orders - First Circuit Upholds Panel's Negative Influence Sanction
    By Ronald S. Gass
    FIRST QUARTER 2006
  • 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
  • Summary Disposition in Arbitration Proceedings
    By David M. Raim, Nancy E. Monarch
    SECOND QUARTER 2004
  • Federal Courts Decline Two Remand Requests — CASE NOTES CORNER
    By Ronald S. Gass
    FIRST QUARTER 2004
  • Do Arbitrators Have the Power to Impose Confidentiality?
    By Lawrence S. Greengrass, Brigitte M. Nahas
    FIRST QUARTER 2004
  • Facultative Reinsurer Not Bound to Follow Cedent's $257 Million Non-Products Asbestos Single Occurrence Settlement Allocation — CASE NOTES CORNER
    By Ronald S. Gass
    FOURTH QUARTER 2003
  • New York Court Appoints Umpire from ARIAS·U.S. List
    By Michael S. Davis, Mary G. McCarthy
    FOURTH QUARTER 2003
  • Available Relief in Arbitration
    By Mary Kay Vyskocil, Patricia Taylor Fox
    THIRD QUARTER 2003
  • Multi-Year Fac Certs' Liability Limits Trump Follow Form Clause — Annualization Denied Despite Cedent's Conflicting Settlement Allocation — CASE NOTES CORNER
    By Ronald S. Gass
    SECOND QUARTER 2003
  • Seventh Circuit Reverses Vacation of Award for Evident Partiality: Arbitrator's Failure to Disclose — CASE NOTES CORNER
    By Ronald S. Gass
    FOURTH QUARTER 2002
  • Third Circuit Holds That Federal Court Must Determine Arbitrability of Liquidator's Claim against Reinsurer
    By Dennis G. LaGory, David M. Spector
    FIRST QUARTER 2001
  • Careful Drafting of an Arbitration Clause Can Preserve Arbitration Rights and Avoid Costly Forum Disputes
    By Damon N. Vocke, Jennifer Kaplan Schott
    SECOND/THIRD QUARTER 2000
  • Uberrimae Fidei and Fraud Under New York's Reinsurance Law: An Examination of the Impact of In The Matter of the Liquidation of Union Indemnity Company
    By Richard S. Feldman, James M. Harinski
    FIRST QUARTER 1998
  • Challenging Arbitrator Bias: When Can You Seek Help from the Court?
    By No Author Attribution 
    FALL 1998