We are pleased to share with you that our blog Disputing has been cited by the law review article Still Litigating Arbitration in the Fifth Circuit, But Less Often, 42 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 551 (2010) by Donald R. Philbin, Jr. and Audrey Lynn Maness. Kudos to the authors! The article can be accessed via Westlaw or LexisNexis.
These are the Disputing blog posts cited by the article:
- Hall Street Meets S. Maestri Place: What Standards of Review Will the Fifth Circuit Apply to Arbitration Awards Under FAA Section 10(a)(4) After Citigroup, by Victoria VanBuren (May 4, 2009). The post discusses whether the manifest disregard of the law doctrine will ultimately survive in the Fifth Circuitin light of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Hall Street v. Mattel.
- GUEST-POST | Class and Consolidated Arbitration Under the Federal Arbitration Act: What Issues Will the United States Supreme Court Confront in Stolt-Nielsen, S.A. V. AnimalFeeds Int’l Co.?, by Philip J. Loree, Jr. (Sept. 21, 2009). This series discusses Stolt-Nielsen v. AnimalFeeds prior to the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court.
- 2009 Developments in Arbitration: Manifest Disregard of the Law, by Victoria VanBuren (Dec. 24, 2009). This post is part of our 2009 Year-End Highlight series and discusses the doctrine of manifest disregard of the law as interpreted by the circuit courts after Hall Street v. Mattel. You may find our 2009 year-end series under ‘Categories’ or here.