award to the plaintiff? Then once that award in appeal is determined, then the attorney's fees that the arbitrator granted to the plaintiff, now are not the responsibility for the defendant to pay? In other words, in appeal a "win" for the defendant means the appeals judge allows an award that is 23 % less than the arbitrator's Award, and then the defendant does not have to pay the plaintiff's attorney's fees and other court costs, that the arbitrator originally assigned to the defendant, correct? I hope this is clear! Thank you!