Who We Are
FedArb is a nationwide ADR firm with over 100 panelists, including the largest roster of former Article III judges in the country.
For 15 years we are the “go to” ADR firm for clients for help in resolving their biggest cases.
Please Welcome Our Newest Members
Robert J. Jossen, Esq.
New York, New York
Don Bivens, Esq.
Joseph T. Kelliher
Chairman, U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Judge Thomas B. Griffith (Retired)
U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
Justice Scott Bales (Retired)
Cedric Chao, Esq.
San Francisco, California
Celso De Azevedo, Esq.
Professor Robert H. Klonoff
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Confidentiality might be provided by a statute (such as the Uniform Mediation Act), court rule or order, rules of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) providers such as the American Arbitration Association, Judicial Mediation and Arbitration Services and Federal Arbitration Inc., or by a private agreement. Although mediation confidentiality is generally enforced in many contexts, there are exceptions.