Case Law Alerts
Federal district court has no subject matter jurisdiction over arbitration.
The fact that an arbitration concerns issues of federal law does not, standing alone, confer subject matter jurisdiction on a federal district court to review the arbitration award. A motion to vacate must raise an actually disputed, substantial federal issue to confer such jurisdiction.
Case Law Alerts, 3rd Quarter, July 2015
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