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Challenges to Arbitral Awards Based on Arbitrator Bias

, New York Law Journal


Danielle Nicholson and Richard Ziegler write: The efficacy of international arbitration relies on arbitrators, irrespective of the source of their appointment, being—and being perceived as—independent and impartial throughout the proceedings. The assertion of challenges to arbitration awards alleging bias by an arbitrator highlights the need for clarity in the obligation of arbitrators to disclose promptly and continuously their professional and other connections to the parties and their counsel.

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