The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois denied a former employee’s motion to vacate an arbitration award in favor of defendant AT&T Mobility Services LLC. The plaintiff claimed the arbitrator exceeded his powers or imperfectly executed them and that the award manifestly disregarded the law, so as to warrant vacatur under section 10(a)(4) of the Federal Arbitration Act……
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