Attorney fees were properly awarded by an arbitrator to lawyers for Mark Steyn, a conservative author and media personality, in his lawsuit against an online television network he sued after it canceled his show two months into a contract, a Manhattan appellate court ruled Tuesday.

The New York Supreme Court Appellate Division, First Department reversed a ruling from Manhattan Supreme Court that had previously quashed an arbitrator’s decision to award Steyn’s lawyers more than $1 million in attorney fees.

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