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Courts’ Review of Arbitration Awards: What It Means for You

Several years ago, I was giving a CLE presentation on confirming and attacking arbitration awards in court. With me was in-house counsel for a prominent local corporation. When I got to the part about overturning arbitration awards in court, he piped up and said something like, “This is going to go on for a while. … Continue reading Courts’ Review of Arbitration Awards: What It Means for You

Arbitration Clauses: Watch State Law

 In past articles, we have discussed how many courts once were hostile to arbitration. This led Congress to pass the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”), 9 U.S.C.§1 et seq., in 1925.  That Act applies in both state and federal courts and preempts any inconsistent state law in cases that involve interstate commerce.  The FAA provides, simply, … Continue reading Arbitration Clauses: Watch State Law