Synopsis By: Dissen - Proceeding Author: Ben Fischer, Alexander C. Mekula, George A. Moore, Jr., Laurence F. Seibel, Raymond E. Shetterly

An examination, through example, of the results that flow from arbitration awards. Arbitrators are accountable for the acceptability of their own awards. Consequently, regardless of the ruling on the merits, awards must be precisely and convincingly written in a manner that renders the decision a “salable product” to both parties, that avoids technical challenge by a disappointed party and that assures finality.