Second Circuit Affirms Denial of Vacatur of Employment Arbitration Award Due to Failure to Provide Evidence……

The district court had denied a motion filed by a former employee of a department store for vacatur of an arbitration award that rejected a grievance filed by the employee’s union against the store. On appeal, the employee argued that the district court erred when it denied vacatur because the award was obtained by fraud, namely, false testimony……

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