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California Points & Authorities
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Arbitration: Selecting Arbitrators; Arbitral Immunity
The Matthew Bender Editorial Staff
This chapter of California Points and Authorities contains memoranda and contentions relating to selecting arbitrators, as well as immunity from civil liability of arbitrators and sponsoring organizations under private agreements pursuant to Cal. Code Civ. Proc. § 1280 et seq. However, the chapter provides that arbitral immunity does not extend to breach of an agreement to conduct arbitration.
California Points and Authorities is the only California publication to provide forms that combine concise arguments of the law with accurate summaries of supporting statutes, cases, and rules. Easily adaptable for use in trial and appellate briefs and researching jury instructions, the forms are designed to assist the attorney in arguing points of law at all stages of litigation.
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For a discussion and forms relating to compelling arbitration, see Ch. 20, Arbitration: Compelling.
For a discussion and forms relating to resisting arbitration, see Ch. 20A, Arbitration: Resisting.
For a discussion and forms relating to confirming, correcting, or vacating an arbitration award, see Ch. 20C, Arbitration: Confirming, Correcting, or Vacating the Award.
For a discussion and forms relating to dismissing arbitration, see Ch. 20D, Arbitration: Dismissing.
For a discussion and forms relating to determining the effect of an arbitration award, see Ch. 20E, Arbitration: Effect of Award.
For provisional remedies relating to arbitrable issues in California, see California Forms of Pleading and Practice, Ch. 32, Contractual Arbitration: Agreements and Compelling Arbitration (Matthew Bender).
For a discussion of the appointment and conduct of the arbitrator, see California Forms of Pleading and Practice, Ch. 33, Contractual Arbitration: Appointment of Arbitrator and Conduct of Proceeding (Matthew Bender).
For a discussion of judicial review of contractual arbitration, see California Forms of Pleading and Practice, Ch. 34, Contractual Arbitration: Judicial Review (Matthew Bender).
For a discussion of the immunity or arbitrators and their sponsoring associations in arbitrating attorney's fee disputes, see California Forms of Pleading and Practice, Ch. 72, Attorney Practice and Ethics. (Matthew Bender).
For legal discussion and forms relating to demurrers, as well as a procedural checklist and research guide, see California Forms of Pleading and Practice, Ch. 206, Demurrers and Motions for Judgment on the Pleadings (Matthew Bender).