Answer ... No restrictions are prescribed in the International Arbitration Act.
Answer ... Section 11(2) of the International Arbitration Act obliges the parties to a private arbitration to keep confidential the award and all documents created for the arbitration (not otherwise in the public domain), except where disclosure is required by reason of a legal duty or to protect or enforce a legal right.
No further duties exist.
Answer ... The International Arbitration Act does not specifically address multi-party disputes.