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CHAPTER TWELVE Removal of Board Members

Chern on Dispute Boards

Page 389 CHAPTER TWELVE Removal of Board Members Removal of Board Members The removal of a dispute board member is always problematic and never easy. Good dispute boards with careful and conscientious members are generally the norm but every once in a while you get a dysfunctional board with one or even two members who either do not know what they are doing, have some hidden bias, are lazy, cause trouble, or all of these traits. Getting rid of them then becomes the issue. Of course the parties themselves can always jointly add or remove a board member and this is all governed by the contract between them.

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