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49.1    Arbitration proceedings closed to public
Unless the parties agree otherwise, all meetings and hearings shall be in private, and any recordings, transcripts, or documents used shall remain confidential.

49.2    Tribunal deliberations confidential
The deliberations of the Tribunal shall be confidential.

49.3    Secrecy, no disclosure of facts
All persons involved, directly or indirectly, in the arbitration are bound by secrecy and shall not, without the prior written consent of all the parties, disclose facts related to, or learned through, the arbitration case,except as follows:
     a-    for the purpose of making an application to any competent court  of any
            state to enforce or challenge the award;
     b-    pursuant to the order of or a subpoena issued by a court of competent
             jurisdiction;
     c-    for the purpose of pursuing or enforcing a legal right or claim;
     d-    in compliance with the provisions of the laws of any state which are
            binding on the party making the disclosure; or
     e-    pursuant to an order by the Tribunal on application by a party with
            proper notice to the other parties.
49.4    No action for defamation
The parties and the Tribunal agree that they shall not rely on or use statements or comments, whether written or oral, made in the course of the arbitration proceedings to institute or commence or maintain any action for defamation, libel, slander or any other such complaint.
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