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Although acknowledging that courts generally lack jurisdiction to review arbitration proceedings until a final award has been issued, a federal district court in Michigan has issued a preliminary injunction against the continuation of an arbitration under a reinsurance contract (the “Treaty”) to determine whether the Treaty’s arbitration provision had been breached by alleged ex parte communications between a member of the arbitration panel and one of the insurers and because two orders that adversely affected substantial issues allegedly had been issued by a two party panel, not the three party panel as provided in the policy.

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