Afghan Contractor To Take Vacated $1.07M Award To 9th Circ.
Law360, New York (July 26, 2017, 6:12 PM EDT) -- An Afghan subcontractor informed a California federal judge Wednesday it is appealing her decision to vacate a $1.07 million arbitration award issued in a dispute stemming from U.S. government prime contracts for construction in Afghanistan, a decision the judge had made after finding the arbitrator ignored the subcontracts’ terms.
In a brief notice, Aspic Engineering and Construction Co. said it is appealing to the Ninth Circuit an order issued this month from U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers that axed the award issued to the Afghan contractor. In that decision, Judge Rogers found “rare circumstances warranting vacatur” because the arbitrator made...
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