Shannon D. Farmer 


Confidentiality is one of the main benefits in labor and employment arbitration—especially in a contentious dispute. But the benefits are often lost or overshadowed as parties become confused and combative about the scope of confidentiality within their case.

In this 90-minute webinar, Ms. Farmer joins a panel of experienced arbitrators, covering important issues in confidentiality, including:

  • The sources of arbitration confidentiality protections: statutes, rules, codes of ethics, arbitrators’ protective orders
  • Who is bound by confidentiality protections
  • The enforcement of confidentiality protections
  • Whether evidence or an award from a related arbitration can be submitted in another matter for the fact-finder’s consideration
  • Where confidentiality begins in a labor and employment dispute  

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Related Practice

Labor and Employment