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While the Federal Arbitration Act’s (FAA) substantive standards govern the confirmation or vacatur of almost every arbitration award issued in the United States, the FAA is the rare federal statute that does not give the parties entry to federal court. If you wish to litigate confirmation in federal court, it is important to be aware of the category of “nondomestic” arbitrations—which may offer an underutilized path to federal jurisdiction.

 

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