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Unformatted text preview: procured by corruption, fraud, or other undue means; (2) the arbitrators were partial or corrupt; (3) MEDIATION MEDIATION A process in which a third party (the process mediator) selected by the disputants helps them to reach a resolution of their disagreement. The mediator, unlike the conciliator, proposes possible solutions for the parties to consider, but like the conciliator he does not have the power to render a binding decision. binding Chapter 3 Chapter White v. FCI Wrongful termination—refusal to perform illegal act Defendant remove to federal court Issue $75,000 jurisdictional—removal proper. Chapter 3 Chapter World Wide Volkswagon v. Woodson Oklahoma does not have jurisdiction over NY defendant Chapter 3 Chapter Parker v. 20th Century Summary judgement Chapter 3 Chapter Circuit City v. Saint Clair Does Federal Arbitration Act apply to non transportation employment contracts Court of Appeal held all employment contracts were exempt from Act Supreme Court reverse—say exemptions from Act limited to transportation employment...
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