Increasingly, attention has been drawn by courts and commentators to arbitrators’ authority and the scope of awards they may issue. For example, the two most recent articles in The Legal in this column have focused on whether and when an arbitrator might award post-judgment interest that differed from the statutory rate. (See Charles F. Forer’s “Difference Between Post-Judgment, Post-Award Interest,” published July 9; and my article “Are There Limits to an Arbitrator’s Award of Interest,” published June 18.)
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