A Manhattan Supreme Court justice has set aside a $600,000 contractual arbitration award, holding that the arbitrator’s requests for payment of fees and expenses in the middle of the proceeding tainted the award.
Justice Karla Moskowitz refused to confirm the award and vacated the decision because of “improper conduct” by the arbitrator.
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