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We Called It (Mostly). SCOTUS Grants Certiorari To Address Loose End in Henry Schein but Declines To Take on Broader Issues
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

The Supreme Court agrees to review an open issue from its 2019 ruling in Henry Schein,

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Certiorari Sought in Monster Energy. Is It Time for SCOTUS To Put Commonwealth Coatings To Rest?
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

Certiorari has been sought challenging a divided Ninth Circuit decision that vacated an Award for “evident partiality” under the Federal Arbitration Act.

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Unanimous Eleventh Circuit: Under the FAA, an Award Can Be Modified by a Court for Evident Miscalculation Only If the Mistake Is Clearly Evident on the Face of the Award
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

The amount of damages in an arbitration award may only be modified by a federal court if there is a mathematical error in calculating the damage “clearly evident” on the face of the award,

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Seminar Highlights: NYSBA’s “A Deep Dive in Securities Arbitration and Mediation 2020”
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By Gabrielle Pollard*

Introduction

On March 6, the New York State Bar Association (“NYSBA”) hosted a full-day securities arbitration and mediation seminar titled Securities Arbitration 2020: Deep Dive.

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Cross-Petition for Certiorari Seeks to “Schein” More Light on Delegation … and a Coronavirus Update
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

The case that keeps on giving keeps on giving. With a Petition for Certiorari already having been filed by Henry Schein in late January,

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Ninth Circuit: District Court Acted Properly When It Reconsidered and Reversed Previously Granted Order Compelling Arbitration
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By George H. Friedman, SAA Editor-in-Chief

The District Court did not abuse its discretion when it reconsidered and reversed in part its previous Order compelling arbitration,

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