Battle Over $63M Award Doesn't Belong In Mass., Court Hears

Law360, New York (October 24, 2016, 2:29 PM EDT) -- A businessman from the United Arab Emirates and his son asked a Massachusetts federal court Friday to toss health records giant Cerner Corp.'s bid to nab the proceeds of a condo the pair sold, part of the company’s efforts to enforce a $63 million foreign arbitration award.

Cerner had won $63 million in arbitration against a UAE company that Cerner claims is controlled by Ahmed Al-Badi Al-Dhaheri. In an August lawsuit originally filed in Massachusetts state court, Cerner says that Ahmed Dhaheri sold a Cambridge condominium to his son Abdulla for $100 in a bid to avoid enforcement of the arbitral...

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