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This article will discuss the recent New York Court of Appeals decision in American International Specialty Lines Insurance v. Allied Capital Corp., 35 NY3d 64, 2020 WL 2066743 (2020) (Allied), and its implications for determining when a partial arbitration award is final, including for the purpose of invoking the doctrine of functus officio, which prohibits an arbitrator from altering a final award.
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