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Appealing arbitration decisions, for the most part, are a losers’ game. The standard for an appeal of an award is totally different from that of a court case. The term is “vacatur” which means the award can be wrong on the law, completely misapply is and it DOES NOT MATTER.
You read that correctly. It does not matter. What does matter, however, is whether the arbitrator had... Read More
In an article that one reads and wonders is not straight out of the “Onion”, a Connecticut divorce case that has lasted ten years continues on, rife with accusations of, you guessed it, parental alienation and financial misconduct. The case has had approximately six or seven hundred motions filed. The quote of the day comes from Family Court Judge Michael Shay, who says ”There... Read More