Texas High Court Tosses Out $125M Award for Arbitrator's 'Evident Partiality'

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"We have long held that an arbitrator is evidently partial, and an award may be vacated, if the arbitrator fails to disclose facts which might, to an objective observer, create a reasonable impression of the arbitrator's partiality," wrote Justice Eva Guzman

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  • Bill Low

    When the damaged clients begin to collect significant jury awards from the lawyers that failed to properly protect them from ADR professionals who have obvious conflicts or potential conflicts, the process and the providers will get it right the first time.

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