Arbitral ImmunityForward to colleague
Session ID: 18PRW002
Registration Status: Open
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Faculty and Summary
Arbitral immunity refers to the immunity that is extended to arbitrators for acts arising from and within the scope of their arbitral functions. The arbitrator’s role in a matter is to adjudicate disputes, and is often referred to as acting in ”quasi-judicial capacity”. As a result, arbitrators are often granted immunity similar to the “judicial immunity” that is granted to judges. This 60-minute recorded presentation explores the following questions about arbitral immunity:
This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement.
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