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4th Cir.: Decision reserving judgment was not “final” (access required)

A written decision resulting from the parties’ agreed-upon dispute-resolution process was not a “final” decision under the Federal Arbitration Act because it reserved the decision-maker’s right – without time limitation – to change the decision if its underlying assumptions proved incorrect. Background This appeal stems from a disagreement over the amount that Defendant Sprint Communications Company must ...