“Thinking Of Vacating An Arbitration Award In An Ohio Court? There’s No Time For Vacation”

Taft Stettinius & Hollister has published this article in Mondaq, discussing the Ohio Supreme Court’s recent decision in BST Ohio Corp. v. Wolgang, in which the court held that an Ohio statute facially providing three months to seek vacatur of an award does not necessarily provide that much time. Instead, as the article explains, “if a party moves to confirm an arbitration award, the opposing party must move to vacate the award before the court’s hearing to confirm the award – even if the hearing is less than three months after the arbitration award was issued.”

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