April 24, 2019 Feature

Vacating the Arbitration Award: Arbitration as a Final Adjudication

By Joseph H. Wolenski, DeWitte Thompson, and Stephanie Geer

So, the arbitrator has ruled against your client, the surety. It was a well-presented case on your side. The witnesses were prepared, and the evidence was delivered in a persuasive, coherent fashion. Your client, who sat in the trenches with you during the arbitration, now turns to you and asks, “Is there anything else we can do?”

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