(MA) Arbitrators’ Award of Attorney’s Fees Thrown Out Because Parties’ Agreement Did Not Provide for It

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently voided an arbitration panel’s award of attorney’s fees because the terms of the parties’ arbitration agreement did not specifically provide that the prevailing party could be awarded fees.    Read the article………..


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