(a) Unless required by law, no arbitrator shall disclose in any manner any information contained in filings, pleadings, or evidence that the arbitration panel has ruled to be confidential in nature.
(b) Unless required by law, no arbitrator shall disclose in any manner—
(1) Intra-panel communications or communications between the Library of Congress and the panel intended to be confidential;
(2) Draft interlocutory rulings or draft decisions; or
(3) The CARP report before its submission to the Librarian of Congress.
(c) No arbitrator shall engage in a financial transaction using nonpublic information, or allow the improper use of nonpublic information, to further his or her private interest or that of another, whether through advice or recommendation, or by knowing unauthorized disclosure.
Title 37 published on 2012-07-01
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