2Domke, The Arbitrator's Immunity From Liability: A Comparative Survey, 3 U. Tol. L. Rev. 99 (1971) [hereinafter cited as Domke, Arbitrator's Immunity]. See infra notes 52-60 and accompanying text.
3Baar v. Tigerman, 140 Cal. App. 3d 979, 985, 189 Cal. Rptr. 834, 839 (1983). A hearing was denied by the California Supreme Court in a 4-3 decision. The trial court sustained defendant's demurrer and granted dismissal of the suit based on the doctrine of arbitral immunity. In reversing, the court of appeals stated: "a cause of action at the least was stated in breach of contract...." Presumably, the trial court would now decide whether the other causes of action listed were applicable. See infra note 103.
6154 Iowa 74, 6 N.W. 140 (1880). See generally Glick, Bias, Fraud, Misconduct and Partiality of the Arbitrator, 22 Arb. J. 161 (1967) [hereinafter cited as Glick, Bias].