Atlanta Associate Christian Bromley authored an article published June 6 in the ABA Section of Litigation ADR Newsletter on recent Fourth Circuit case law vacating the confirmation of an arbitration award because that award was not “final” under Section 10(a)(4) of the FAA. This recent case law “provides added precedent in the otherwise limited and usually fact-intensive arena where federal courts are examining the enforceability of arbitration awards,” he wrote. “Courts consistently agree on the well-established rule that they ‘may vacate an arbitrator’s decision only in very unusual circumstances.’ . . . There remains to be, however, a consensus among the federal circuits on what precisely constitutes an unenforceable award under the fourth category of Section 10.” To read the full article, click here.