Selecting Party Arbitrators

The use of party arbitrators is on the rise in the United States. It is now common in U.S.-based commercial arbitrations with tripartite panels that the parties each select unilaterally one party arbitrator, who then together select the third. Party arbitrators can be neutral or non-neutral but must follow standard ethical guidelines for disclosure and conduct.

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