Imposter arbitrator’s award set aside in California
A San Francisco court has set aside an arbitral award after it emerged that the chair of the tribunal had lied about his qualifications and impersonated a retired lawyer in California – a ruling that may threaten awards in nearly 40 US securities arbitrations conducted from 1998 to 2011.
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