The Pennsylvania Superior Court has upheld the denial of a motion to vacate an arbitration award in favor of an asset management firm sued for breach of fiduciary duty and fraud.

Specifically, the three-judge appellate panel in Morse v. Fisher Asset Management held that a when a trial court sustains preliminary objections seeking enforcement of an arbitration agreement and accordingly dismisses a complaint, then the dismissal does not pause the statute of limitations.

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