For a good example of how far some attorneys and litigants are willing to go to overturn an arbitration decision, look no further than a May 18 hearing in Dallas.

On that sunny Thursday afternoon, four attorneys gathered in Judge Nancy Thomas’ 160th District courtroom, where they argued for more than three hours over whether an arbitration award should be vacated because the arbitration judge allegedly had a headache.

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