A majority of the Pennsylvania state Supreme Court has adopted a two-prong test to help explain when a court can review an arbitrator’s award under a collective bargaining agreement.

Although the justices were disjoined — one concurring opinion, two concurring and dissenting, and one dissenting opinion were filed — a majority acclaimed the role of arbitrators in labor disputes and said the courts should be hesitant to disturb their awards.

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