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Alternative Dispute Resolution

Nov. 24, 1998

Arbitration Award OK'd Based on State Rule

Making it more difficult to overturn arbitration awards in state court, a state appeal panel has held that California's stringent rule on the finality of arbitration awards cannot be pre-empted by the more liberal federal standard.

By Anna Marie Stolley
and Tom Orewyler
Daily Journal Staff Writers
        Making it more difficult to overturn arbitration awards in state court, a state appeal panel has held that California's stringent rule on the finality of arbitration awards cannot be pre-empted by the more liberal federal standard.
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