In Disclosures in Arbitration: Lessons to Learn, Arbitrator Barry Winograd, current president of the NAA, comments on Honeycutt v. JP Morgan Chase, 25 CA 5th 909 (2018), an important decision from the California Court of Appeals on the issue of disclosures in arbitration.  Honeycutt dealt with a non-union employment arbitration decision that was vacated by the appellate court because of a failure by the arbitrator to provide ongoing disclosures required by California law while the arbitration was pending.  The article summarizes the decision and also offers “lessons” for those in the field. thanks the Calilfornia Business Law Reporter for allowing us to provide access to the article.