Ga. Justices To Review Closely Watched Arbitration Case

By Rosie Manins (April 5, 2021, 8:27 PM EDT) -- The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday agreed to review a lower court's rejection of a nearly $500,000 arbitration award in a vehicle dealership fee dispute, a case closely followed by Georgia's arbitration community.

Georgia Supreme Court justices granted writs of certiorari in related cases stemming from an arbitration over commissions and fees paid by Georgia motorsports vehicle dealership Southern Mountain Adventures LLC and its affiliate Adventure Motorsports Reinsurance Ltd. to Atlanta-based vehicle service provider Interstate National Dealer Services Inc.

The dealership companies were awarded $462,781 by arbitrator Fred J. Pinckney for excess fees paid to Interstate, which was confirmed by a...

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