Arbitration Award Is Upheld Based on Incomplete Record Filed with the Trial Court

In this appeal of a trial court’s confirmation of an arbitration award, the Court of Appeals rejected the argument that the trial court should not have confirmed the award because the arbitrators did not permit appellant to obtain the discovery necessary for him to adequately assert his rights.  In so holding, the Court found that the appellant failed to provide the trial court with a complete record of the arbitration proceedings and thus could not establish that the discovery he sought was, in fact, relevant to his claim.

Goldman v Buchanan

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