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Arbitration: Hoskins’ Choice

Courts have historically been protective of arbitration awards and reluctant to overturn them. However, the level of deference to arbitration awards was significantly increased by the Texas Supreme Court’s recent decision in Hoskins v. Hoskins.[1] In Hoskins the Court expressly overruled two common law basis for challenging arbitration rulings… (Click here to continue reading)

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