A 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling in an age discrimination case gave employees a new way to vacate adverse arbitration decisions but set the standard high enough for employers to take heart.

The court affirmed an arbitration panel’s decision denying relief for financial adviser Arthur Williams but for the first time adopted a more rigorous standard of review that has been recognized by other circuits.

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