How do I appoint an arbitrator?

Some arbitration agreements require arbitrators to be chosen and appointed by the parties. But how do you actually go about appointing them? This practice note provides practical guidance on the steps that must be taken when appointing an arbitrator, including the first approach to a potential arbitrator and confirmation of appointment.

Practical Law Arbitration and Steven A. Hammond and Pavlos Petrovas, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP


 

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