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Commonwealth Continental Casualty Co.

U.S.
Feb 24, 1969
393 U.S. 1112 (1969)

Summary

holding that an arbitrator's failure to disclose a substantial relationship with a party or a party's attorney, i.e., a relationship substantial enough to create a reasonable impression of bias, justifies vacatur under the federal "evident partiality" standard

Summary of this case from Speidel v. St. Francis Hospital

Opinion

No. 14.

February 24, 1969, OCTOBER TERM, 1968.


Rehearing Denied.


Summaries of

Commonwealth Continental Casualty Co.

U.S.
Feb 24, 1969
393 U.S. 1112 (1969)

holding that an arbitrator's failure to disclose a substantial relationship with a party or a party's attorney, i.e., a relationship substantial enough to create a reasonable impression of bias, justifies vacatur under the federal "evident partiality" standard

Summary of this case from Speidel v. St. Francis Hospital
Case details for

Commonwealth Continental Casualty Co.

Case Details

Full title:COMMONWEALTH COATINGS CORP. v. CONTINENTAL CASUALTY CO. ET AL., ante, p…

Court:U.S.

Date published: Feb 24, 1969

Citations

393 U.S. 1112 (1969)

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