Neutrals must disclose their ownership interest in alternative dispute resolution organizations with parties that come before them, a federal appellate court ruled Tuesday.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed and remanded a district court ruling confirming a final award from arbitration service JAMS and post-arbitration fees between energy drink company Monster Energy Co. and City Beverages LLC, which does business as Olympic Eagle Distributing.

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