Editorial Standards

Editorial Standards for Arbitration Monitor

Commitment to Integrity and Excellence

At Arbitration Monitor, our dedication to providing reliable, unbiased, and comprehensive arbitration news underpins everything we do.

Our editorial standards are crafted to uphold the highest levels of journalistic integrity and excellence, ensuring that our coverage is both informative and trustworthy.

Accuracy and Reliability


We rigorously fact-check our content to ensure the accuracy of dates, names, statistics, and legal information. Our goal is to provide our readers with dependable information that they can use to make informed decisions.


We prioritize primary sources and reputable, authoritative secondary sources for our news coverage. Transparency with our audience is key; we clearly cite the sources of our information, enabling readers to explore the subject matter further if they wish.


We are committed to correcting any inaccuracies or errors in our reporting promptly. Corrections will be clearly displayed on the affected content to maintain transparency with our readers.

Objectivity and Fairness

Impartial Reporting

Arbitration Monitor strives for impartiality in our news coverage. We provide balanced views on the subjects we report, giving voice to multiple perspectives where relevant.

Conflict of Interest

Our writers and editors are required to disclose any potential conflicts of interest that might influence their reporting. We aim to avoid bias or the perception of bias in our coverage.

Independence and Transparency

Editorial Independence

Our news coverage is governed by editorial independence. We resist pressures from external entities or interests that could compromise the accuracy or integrity of our reporting.

Transparency About Sponsorships

While we may accept sponsorships or partnerships, these relationships will never influence our editorial content. Any sponsored content will be clearly marked as such.

Respect for Privacy


We respect the privacy of individuals and organizations. Our reporting on arbitration cases and legal matters is sensitive to the privacy rights of those involved, adhering to legal standards and ethical considerations.


Reader Feedback

We value our readers’ feedback and encourage open dialogue about our news coverage. Reader comments and concerns are addressed with seriousness and respect, contributing to our continuous improvement.

Ethical Journalism

Our team adheres to the highest ethical standards of journalism. We seek to inform and educate our readers without sensationalism, respecting the serious nature of arbitration and its impact on businesses, governments, and individuals.

Contact Us

For inquiries, suggestions, or comments about our editorial standards or news coverage, please reach out to us at editor@arbitrationmonitor.com. Your input helps us maintain our commitment to excellence in arbitration news reporting.