Opinion: Be Neither Wacky Nor Absurd
One of the oft-heralded benefits of arbitration is its finality, suggesting that once the award is rendered any judicial review will be very limited. Under the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), as well as state arbitration acts, the grounds for review of arbitration awards are few and specifically delineated.
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