The state Supreme Court has granted allocatur in a case that asks whether the state or federal timeline for arbitration appeals governs an action that is brought under the Federal Arbitration Act but filed in state court.

In granting allocatur in Moscatiello v. Hilliard March 13, the court limited the appeal to whether the Federal Arbitration Act’s 90-day timeline to challenge an arbitration award pre-empts the state procedural timeline of 30 days.

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