Take a deep breath before agreeing to binding arbitration because the Texas Supreme Court has just ruled that trial courts cannot vacate an award because an arbitrator manifestly disregarded the law.

The issue—whether a party seeking to vacate an arbitration award under the Texas General Arbitration Act may invoke extra statutory, common law vacatur grounds—has divided the state’s intermediate courts of appeals.

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