Miscalculation of an award by an arbitrator represents one of the few grounds warranting modification. But what evidence and what procedures are required by a court when reviewing a contention of arbitrator miscalculation?

These issues were considered recently by the Supreme Court of Mississippi in D.W. Caldwell v. W.G. Yates & Construction, No. 2017-CA -00116- SCT, ___ So. 3rd ___ (May 10, 2018).

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