I would need to do the research but I beleive that an award can be set aside if there is a sdhowing of bias. However, just having a decision that does not go your way would not be enough to show bias. Much more would need to be shown.
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It does not matter if it is AAA or not. Grounds for vacating an award are corruption, fraud, misconduct or partiality of the arbitrator. Whether 'bias' is included depends on what you mean by bias. See CPLR 7511
I agree with attorney Forman. You will need to consult with counsel who has experience in Article 75 proceedings.
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