Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-153f-11 - Impartial arbitrator conduct, standards, and responsibilities

(a) Impartial arbitrators must continuously demonstrate competence in labor relations, including procedural and substantive matters, integrity, and neutrality.
(b) Except as otherwise provided, the Code of Professional Responsibility for Arbitrators of Labor-Management Disputes approved and published by the National Academy of Arbitrators is incorporated by reference and is applicable to and shall govern the professional behavior of impartial arbitrators.
(c) Impartial arbitrators shall not solicit parties for selection to cases. An impartial arbitrator must uphold the integrity of the profession and must not advertise or solicit arbitration assignments.
(d) It is the responsibility of the impartial arbitrator to schedule time commitments in a manner consistent with the needs of the parties and the expeditious handling of disputes. Assignment to an arbitration case must be declined if the impartial arbitrator is unable to schedule or participate in a hearing within the statutory time limits.
(e) All arbitrators are responsible for providing the Commissioner with complete and accurate data and for keeping the Commissioner informed of changes in personal status and availability to arbitrate cases. Revisions regarding changes in per diem fee schedules, biographical and availability data must be timely submitted. Before acceptance of an arbitration case, an impartial arbitrator must disclose to the parties and the Commissioner any personal or professional relationships or other circumstances that might reasonably raise a question regarding the arbitrator's impartiality. If the circumstances requiring disclosure are not known to the arbitrator before acceptance of the case, disclosure must be made when circumstances become known to the arbitrator. An impartial arbitrator shall withdraw from an arbitration at any time the impartial arbitrator perceives a conflict of interest.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-153f-11
Effective May 24, 1991

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