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In Hollern v. Wachovia Sec., Inc., No. 05-1253, 05-1300 (10th Cir. August 17, 2006), the 10th Circuit reversed a district court’s order setting aside an award of attorney fees entered in an arbitration. The Court held that the arbitrators did not act wrongfully in making this award. Arbitration has taken the place of traditional trials, and it can provide swift relief or it can create insurmountable problems. If you have questions about arbitration or your rights, consult a qualified attorney.

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