Can an Arbitrator Be Sued for Failing to Disclose Gifts From a Lawyer?

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"If lawyers are allowed to wine and dine arbitrators [and not disclose that information], some pressure comes to bear," Susan Hays, an Austin solo who represents the plaintiffs in Patten, told the court.

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    JAMS in downtown Los Angeles has an documented issue failing to disclose and provide information to paying clients/customers prior to mediation/arbitration that they are required to disclose regarding impartiality and neutral. The California AG Public Integrity Unit has a began on file on JAMS.

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