Our First Arbitration Law Blog: The Loree Reinsurance and Arbitration Law Forum
We have been blogging since March 2009, when we launched the first of our arbitration law blogs, the Loree Reinsurance and Arbitration Law Forum (the “Forum”). The Forum analyzes, discusses and comments on arbitration- and reinsurance- law-related issues and case-law developments. It generates many visitors and page views, particularly in light of the specialized and somewhat arcane nature of its subject matter. Some of its articles are written for attorneys and other professionals in the dispute resolution and insurance and reinsurance fields, while others are written for a wider audience interested in learning some of the basics about arbitration-law-related matters, including confirming, vacating , modifying or correcting arbitration awards.
You can access the Forum here and from the RSS Feed icon on the upper-right hand corner of each page and elsewhere in this site. You’ll also see on certain pages links to Forum articles that provide additional information about arbitration award enforcement matters.
Here are links to some of the more popular arbitration award enforcement articles featured on the Forum:
|Nuts & Bolts: When is an Arbitration Award a Final Award and Why Does it Matter?||3/30/2009||Here|
|Nuts & Bolts: Limitation Periods for Vacating, Modifying, Correcting and Confirming Domestic Arbitration Awards Falling Under Chapter 1 of the Federal Arbitration Act||5/1/2009||Here|
|Res Judicata and Consolidated Arbitration: the Sixth Circuit puts the Kibosh on the “Contagion Theory of Arbitration”||9/17/2014||Here|
|Arbitration and Mediation FAQs: I Received an Arbitration Award in my Favor but my Adversary Refuses to Pay it. What can I do?||6/14/2014||Here|
|Arbitration and Mediation FAQs: Does an Arbitrator Necessarily Exceed His or Her Powers by Making an Award that Conflicts with the Unambiguous Terms of the Parties’ Agreement?||11/11/2014||Here|
|What Happens when Arbitrators Exceed Clear Limitations on their Authority?||10/14/2014||Here|
|Arbitration Nuts & Bolts: Vacating Arbitration Awards — It’s All in the Agreement||12/8/2009||Here|
|Arbitration Nuts & Bolts: Vacating Arbitration Awards — Part IV: Federal Arbitration Act Section 10(a)(3) – Procedural Misconduct||4/26/2010||Here|
|Arbitration and Mediation FAQs: Can I Appeal an Arbitration Award in Court?||5/21/2014||Here|
Our Second Arbitration Law Blog: The Arbitration Award Practice Blog
In December 2014 we launched, along with this Arbitration Award Enforcement Practice Website, the second of our arbitration law blogs, the Arbitration Award Practice Blog, which is focused exclusively on arbitration-law-related issues concerning arbitration award enforcement. The articles we publish on this blog are written principally for individuals, sole proprietors, business people and professionals (including legal and alternative-dispute-resolution professionals) interested in learning more about arbitration award enforcement, including confirming, vacating, modifying or correcting arbitration awards under the Federal Arbitration Act.
You can read the Arbitration Award Practice Blog here.
Our Third Arbitration Law Blog:
The Federal Arbitration Act Litigation Procedure Blog
In December 2014 we also launched the third of our arbitration law blogs: The Federal Arbitration Act Litigation Procedure Blog. This blog complements our Federal Arbitration Act Litigation Website, of which the blog is a part.
The articles published in the Federal Arbitration Act Litigation Procedure Blog, like those of the Arbitration Award Practice Blog, are written principally for individuals, sole proprietors, business people and professionals (including legal and alternative-dispute-resolution professionals) interested in learning more about procedural issues pertinent to Federal Arbitration Act litigation, including proceedings to compel arbitration, stay litigation, and confirm, vacate, modify or correct arbitration awards. The blog’s informal tag-line sums it up: “Nuts and Bolts and FAQs About Federal Arbitration Act Litigation Procedure.” You can read the Federal Arbitration Act Litigation Procedure Blog here.
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