Disclosures by the OIA

You can find different types of disclosures from this page by clicking on one of the numbered items below. California law or California’s Ethics Standards for Neutral Arbitrators require these disclosures in consumer arbitrations.

Item one provides a table that contains information about arbitration demands the OIA has received since January 1, 2003. It complies with Section 1281.96 of the California Code of Civil Procedure. The OIA will update this information quarterly.

Item two provides information about the OIA's contractual relationships with parties and the neutral arbitrators in our pool. It responds to Standard 8 (b) (1) and 8 (c) of the Ethics Standards.

Item three provides certain information about arbitrations that have closed on or after July 1, 2002 because of action by the neutral arbitrator. It responds to a part of Standard 8 (b) (2) (C) of the Ethics Standards. The OIA will update it weekly.  Like item one, it contains information about arbitrations administered by the OIA.

The first and third items provide information about individual arbitrations. Consistent with the statute and the Ethics Standards, the tables do not list the names of individual claimants or respondents, only organizations.  The different tables deal with different groups of the arbitrations the OIA has administered.  The annual reports discuss all of the arbitrations, though collectively, not individually.  Reports for each year the OIA has existed are posted on this website.

If you have questions, comments or suggestions about these tables, please feel free to call 213-637-9847 or email oia@oia-kaiserarb.com.

  1. Disclosures about Arbitrations Received on or after January 1, 2003 - Not Sortable
  2. Disclosures about OIA Relationships with Parties, Lawyers, and Neutral Arbitrators
  3. Disclosures about Arbitrations Closed on or after July 1, 2002 by a Neutral Arbitrator
  4. Disclosure Table about Arbitrations Received in Past Five years - Sortable