Domestic Alternative Dispute Resolution Legislation - Chapter 5 - ADR and the Law - 22nd Edition
The American Arbitration Association, ® (AAA), with its long history and experience in the field of alternative dispute resolution, provides services to individuals and organizations who wish to resolve conflicts out of court. The AAA, with a caseload of over 200,000 disputes administered, is the nation's largest full-service ADR provider.
Originally from ADR and the Law - 22nd Edition
Code of Ethics for Arbitrators in Commercial Disputes
Adopted by the Supreme Court of Alabama, March 4, 2005.
On March 4, 2005, the Supreme Court of Alabama adopted the American Bar Association-American Arbitration Association 2004 Code of Ethics for Arbitrators in Commercial Disputes (the Code). An important aspect of the Code is that it requires arbitrators to disclose conflicts of interests and also conduct impartial hearings. The Code was originally drafted as an ethical guideline for arbitrators and others involved in alternative dispute resolution. The 2004 revisions kept much of the 1977 version while updating it in significant respects to keep it in line with modern practice. A major area of difference concerns party-appointed arbitrators.
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