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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:
- What is it?
- What is its origin?
- How do arbitrators obtain it?
- Challenges to arbitral immunity?
In addition to answering the above questions, this webinar examines serious, and sometimes entertaining, court decisions that sharply define the subject.
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PRESENTATION: Arbitrators, advocates, academics, and anyone interested in the dynamics of arbitration.
This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement.
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