Some procedural consideration relevant to efforts to vacate an arbitration award

Some procedural consideration relevant to efforts to vacate an arbitration awardYates v County of Nassau, 2019 NY Slip Op 01219, Appellate Division, Second DepartmentThe employee [Respondent] in this action was terminated from his position with the County of Nassau [Nassau]. He filed a grievance challenged his dismissal pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement between Appellant and the Civil Service Employees Association and the matter proceeded to arbitration. The arbitrator [1] issued an "opinion and award" in 2013 and [2] about a year later issued a "final award" and [3] ultimately issued a "consent award" dated July 15, 2015.In February 2017 Respondent initiated this CPLR Article 75 proceeding in an effort to vacate the final award and to "reopen" the 2013 opinion and award.* Nassau moved to dismiss Respondent's Article 75 petition, arguing that the proceeding was time-barred. The Supreme Court denied Respondent's…

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